Meet the 2022 Liaisons
Raven is an Instructional Technologist at Washington College and National Board Certified Visual Arts Educator with over 10 years of experience in collaborative project-management as well as project-based curriculum and instructional design. She specializes in AR & VR in instruction; particularly as these technologies apply to museum education. Raven and her team attended ILiADS in 2018 to develop their app, PocketMuseum, for their ongoing Augmented Archives project. Having experienced first hand the transformational impact of ILiADS, she is looking forward to joining ILiADS as a liaison this year.
Bryn Mawr College
Stella is a PhD Candidate in Greek, Latin, & Classical Studies at Bryn Mawr College, where she also received her MA in 2019. At Bryn Mawr Stella is a Digital Scholarship Graduate Assistant and has acted as the Assistant Director of the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship, designing curricula for undergraduate students, serving as project manager, and coordinating off-campus learning opportunities. Her own digital work aims to explore the intersection of mythical stories and historical places with web-based mapping tools, such as LeafletJS.
Coordinator of Digital Initiatives
Emory University, Pitts Theology Library
Liz is the Coordinator of Digital Initiatives at Pitts Theology Library at Emory University. With a background in religious studies and information studies, she manages digital projects at the library, including a website overhaul, creating workflows for digital exhibitions, and editing digital publications. Liz specializes in multimedia projects, databases, and project management.
Digital Scholarship Librarian
University of California, Santa Cruz
Daniel is a historian and digital humanist. He works as a Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of California, Santa Cruz, supporting and collaborating with students and faculty who seek to engage digital methods in their teaching, research, or learning. He is the lead producer of the ten-part documentary podcast Stories from the Epicenter, which explores the experience and memory of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake in Santa Cruz County, California. He also currently serves as a consulting editor for The American Historical Review and produces the journal’s podcast, AHR Interview. Daniel received his PhD in History from Indiana University, Bloomington.