About Marsha Miles
As the Digital Initiatives Librarian, Marsha contributes to the creation and maintenance of the Michael Schwartz Library’s digital initiatives including the Cleveland Memory Project and EngagedScholarship@CSU. She also coordinates the integration of metadata creation, use and practices throughout the library to enable discoverability of the Library’s digital resources. In addition, Marsha serves the research and instruction needs of faculty, undergraduates, and graduates as the subject liaison for the Art Department.
Her art background earned her the role of the Cleveland State University contact for Octavofest. CSU is one of the founding members of Octavofest, which includes events throughout Northeast Ohio celebrating the book and paper arts every October.
Marsha has a Bachelor of Science in Photo-Illustration and Master of Library and Information Science from Kent State University.
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Michael Schwartz Library, RT 324
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, OH 44115
Promoting Your IR + Celebrating Open Access Week
Digital Commons + Northern Ohio User Group (2016)
A brief presentation on how Cleveland State University's Michael Schwartz Library promoted their institutional repository, EngagedScholarship@CSU while celebrating Open Access ...
Developing an Open Educational Resource: Leading Campus OER Initiatives through ...
Michael Schwartz Library Publications (2015)
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are gaining traction as students and faculty search for affordable, open access alternatives for learning resources. ...