Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Degree: PhD – Information Science – 2019
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Certificate – Business Essentials – 2013
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Degree: MA – History – 2000
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Degree: BA – History – 1999
Dartmouth College – Hanover, NH
Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing – March 2019- Present
Indiana University – Bloomington, IN
Integrated Doctoral Education with Application to Scholarly Communication (IDEASc) Fellow – August 2015- March 2019
University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA
Scholarly Communication Librarian – April 2008 – July 2015
Drexel University – Philadelphia, PA
Adjunct Faculty – June 2011 – January 2015
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Project Librarian – January 2003 – April 2008
Ohio Historical Society – Columbus, Ohio
Digitization Specialist – September 2000 – December 2002
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – Williamsburg, Virginia
Intern Fellow – September 1999- July, 2000
“Political Economy and Diplomatics of Open Social Scholarship” Public Open Particpatory (POP) Issue 3 (November 2021).
“Historical Choices and Knowledge Production” Commonplace (Knowledge Futures Group, August 2021).
“Intersections: Collections, Scholarly Communication, and the ‘Transformation’ of Open Access” Reflections (Library Publishing Coalition, 2021).
“Early Indiana Presidents: Incorporating Digital Humanities, Public History, and Community Engagement” Co-authored with Carey Beam. Quick Hits: Teaching with Digital Humanities (Indiana University Press, 2020).
“Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of American Scientific Journals, 1818 – 1922” Current Research in Digital History (August 2019).
“A Tale of Two Models: Theophilus A. Wylie and Higher Education in Nineteenth-Century Indiana” Indiana Magazine of History (March 2019).
“Networking Social Knowledge. . . Again.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies. (February, 2019).
“Historicizing the Knowledge Commons: Open Access, Technical Knowledge, and the Industrial Application of Science.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies. (February, 2019).
“Balancing influence in a shifting scholarly communication landscape: Creating library-owned, community-aligned infrastructure through individual, local, and community action” (co-authored with Sarah Wipperman and Chealsye Bowley) College and Research Libraries News (May, 2018).
“‘The Spider’s Web’: An Analysis of Fan Mail from Amazing Spider-Man, 1963–1995” Co-authored with John Walsh and Jennifer St. Germain. Empirical Approaches to Comics Research (Routledge, 2018).
“Science Serving Industry: Documentary Authority and Industrial Influence in 19th Century American Chemistry” Proceedings of the Document Academy (December, 2017).
“Textual Analysis and the History of Scholarly Communication” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (October, 2017)
“Understanding Perspectives on Sharing Neutron Data at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.” Data Science Journal. (co-authored with Devan Donaldson and Thomas Proffen), vol. 16, 2017.
“Research Management: Combining Platforms, Practices, and Policies.” Journal of Electronic Publishing (vol. 20, no. 2, 2017).
“Research Management: The Next Step for Open Access” Open Access and the Future of Scholarly Communication: Policy and Infrastructure (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
“Images, Texts, and Records: Electronic Teaching in a Confusing Landscape.” Teaching Early Modern Literature from the Archives (Modern Language Association, 2015).
“A Modest Proposal for Scholarly Publishing: 21st Century Ideas for a 19th Century System” New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Iter/Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2015).
“The Age of Erasable Books” The Atlantic (July 9, 2014)
“Using Digital Content to Provide Students With Virtual Experiences in an Online History of the Book Course” (co-authored with Lisl Zach) Edulearn Proceedings (June 2014)
“Providing a Base for E-Editing: The Text Creation Partnership Project” New Ways of Looking at Old Texts (Renaissance English Text Society, 2014)
“Limelight Arts: Applying A Holistic Approach to Arts Education” (co-authored with LaShawn Anthony) Social Innovations Journal (Issue 12, Winter, 2012)
“Cultural Data Project: Measuring the Impact of the Arts” (co-authored with Rebecca McElroy) Social Innovations Journal (Issue 10, Spring 2012)
“Open Access and Digital Libraries: a Case Study of the Text Creation Partnership” Electronic Publishing: Politics and Pragmatics. (Iter/Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010).
“Building Business Models to Last: Digital Resources Beyond 2010” CLIR Issues (Number 72 November/December 2009)
“A Universal Humanities Digital Library: Pipe Dream or Prospective Future?” Digital Scholarship, ed. Marta Deyrup (Routledge, 2009)
“To Google or not to Google, that is the question: Supplementing Google Books to make it more useful for scholarship.” Journal of Library Administration (Haworth Press, Volume: 47 Issue: 1/2 September, 2008).
“Bringing Text Alive: The Future of Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Electronic Publication.” Early Modern Literary Studies, Special Edition, editor. September, 2008.
“Digital Scholarship and Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities: Lessons from the Text Creation Partnership” Journal of Electronic Publishing. Volume 10, No. 1 (January, 2007).
“EEBO, Microfilm, and Umberto Eco: Historical Lessons and Future Directions for Building Electronic Collections” Microform & Imaging Review (Volume 36, No. 4, Autumn 2007).
“Early English Books Online – Text Creation Partnership, or EEBO: The Next Generation” JISC Collections (December, 2007)
Review: Empire Online Microform & Imaging Review (May 2007)
“Collaboration in Electronic Scholarly Communication: New Possibilities for Old Books” Journal of the Association for History and Computing. Volume IX, No. 2 (October, 2006).
“Anglo French Wars”. Great Events in History: 1454-1600. Salem Press, 2005
“Reaching Out: What Do Scholars Want from Electronic Resources.” Proceedings of the Association for Computing in the Humanities/Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, 2005.
“Early English Books Selection: Bridging the Gap.” BiblioNotes, Autumn 2003
“The Conscience of the King:” A Comparative Study of English and Burgundian Courtly Spectacle. In Robert D. Yearout, ed. Proceedings: National Conference for Undergraduate Research. Vol. I. The University of North Carolina, Asheville, 1999.
Maximizing Learning and Research Outcomes with Student Journals: A Library’s Perspective Digital Commons Conference, October, 2021
Political Economy and Diplomatics of Open Social Scholarship. Engaging Open Social Scholarship, December, 2020.
Scholarly Communication as Part of Remote Teaching Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation Summer of ScholComm, Virtual Conference, June, 2020What is the Future of APCs? The Case at Dartmouth, Library Publishing Forum, May, 2020.
Critical Theories and the Political Economy of Scholarly Communication, Scholarly Communication Librarianship Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October 2019.
Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of American Scientific Journals, 1818 – 1922, Association for Computing in the Humanities, Pittsburgh, PA, June, 2019.
The Power of Science: Origins of American Scholarly Communication, 1840 – 1900, IConference Doctoral Collouium, Washington, DC, April, 2019.
Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of American Scientific Journals, 1818 – 1922, Current Research in Digital History, Fairfax, VA, March, 2019.
The 2.5% Commitment: 2.5% of Whom?, Academic Libraries of Indiana Scholarly Communication Librarianship Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October, 2018.
Mediating Professional Scholarship. . . Again: Professionalization of Science and the Creation of Nineteenth-century Academic Journals Books, Publishing, and Libraries, Philadelphia, PA, 2018.
Why Do We Communicate Scholarship?, Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)/Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Forum, American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Conference, February, 2018.
One Hundred Years of American Science : Topic Modeling of Scientific Journals in Hathi-Trust Hathi-Trust Research Center Uncamp, Berkeley, CA, January, 2018
Networking Social Scholarship . . . Again at Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship, Victoria, Canada, January, 2018
Textual Analysis and the History of Scholarly Communication at the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), Crystal City, VA, October, 2017
Science Serving Industry: Documentary Authority and Industrial Influence in 19th Century American Chemistry at the Document Academy, Bloomington, IN, September, 2017
A Tale of Two Chemists: Academic Journals and the Technology of Science Communication at Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP), Victoria, Canada, June, 2017.
Understanding Perspectives on Sharing Neutron Data at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (co-authored with Devan Donaldson) at the Research Data Alliance 8th Plenary Meeting, Denver, CO, September, 2016.
Growing the Vision: Next Steps for Library Open Access Publishing at the International Library Federation Section on Acquisition and Collection Development Satellite Meeting, Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2015.
Scholarly Communication Institutions: Transforming Scholarship with History at the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Denver, CO, November, 2015
The Future of Digital Scholarship: Current Trends and Upcoming Needs for Scholarly Communication at Advancing Research Communication and Scholarship, Philadelphia, PA, April, 2015
Using Digital Content to Provide Students with Virtual Experiences in an Online History of the Book Course At Edulearn, Barcelona, Spain, July, 2014.
Moving ‘The History of the Book’ into the 21st Century at Drexel University Showcase on Teaching, March, 2014
Peer Review, History Journals, and the Future of Scholarly Research at the American Historical Association, January, 2013
Fair Use, Intellectual Property, and New Media at American Library Association, Anaheim, CA, June 2012
The Digital History Seminar at American Historical Association, Chicago, IL, January 2012
Open Access: Promoting University Goals at Berlin 9 Conference, Washington, DC, November 2011
Training Students for the Help Desk at Educause, Philadelphia, PA, October, 2011
A Forum for Publishers and Librarians at the Society for Scholarly Publishing, Washington, DC, February 2011
From Education to Preservation: Emerging institutional repository services in the scholarship lifecycle at American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), Pittsburgh, PA, October 2010
Digital Humanities: Libraries and Repositories Transforming Scholarly Communication and Publishing Forum, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, March 2010.
Promises and Perils of Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA February 2010.
Is Google Good for History? at the American Historical Association, San Diego, CA, January, 2010
Electronic Theses and Dissertations, American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Boston, MA January, 2010.
University Publishing Consultants at the American Association of University Presses Meeting (AAUP), Philadelphia, PA, June 2009
Institutional Repository Personality Disorder: How do we cure it? At the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Digital Repositories Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November, 2008
Beyond Corpora: Some thoughts on TCP as a model for creation of even more collections At the Renaissance Society of America, Chicago, IL, April 2008
Making History Public in an Age of Closed Access At the American Association for History and Computing, Providence, RI, 2007
Changing Libraries and Scholars in the Digital Age: The Text Creation Partnership At the American Literature Association, Boston, MA, 2007
Models For Creating Large, Sustainable Digital Collections: The Text Creation Partnership At the Million Books Symposium, Boston, MA, 2007
Electronic Scholarship in Early American Studies At the Society for Early Americanists, Williamsburg, VA, 2007
A Universal Text Editing Project: Pipe Dream or Prospective Future? At the Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, 2007
Closed Access/Open Access: Hybrid Models at the Renaissance Society of America, Miami, FL, 2007
A New Collaborative Model: Scholars, Librarians, Publishers working to create digital libraries At the Association for College and Research Libraries, Baltimore, MD, 2007
Darth Vader, Open Access, and Digital Libraries: What is the Future of Electronic Collections?: David Binkley Paper on Emerging Technology, Access 2007 Conference, Victoria, Canada, 2007.
Teaching Early American Literature with Texts and Images at the American Literature Association, San Francisco, CA, 2006
A Usage Paradox: Electronic Resources, Merging Roles, and Collaborative Projects at the American Association for History and Computing Online Conference, 2006
Using Electronic Resources in Scholarship and Teaching at the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Montreal, Canada, 2006.
Electronic Publishing in Renaissance Studies at the Renaissance Society of America, San Francisco, CA, 2006
Use of Electronic Resources for Scholarship and Pedagogy At the American Historical Association, Philadelphia, PA, 2006
Text Creation and the Future of Electronic Resources At the American Association for History and Computing, Chicago, IL, 2005
Reaching Out: What do scholars want from electronic resources? At the Association for Computing in the Humanities/Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, Victoria, Canada, 2005
Navigating Electronic Contexts At the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, Dalhousie, Canada, 2005
Corpus Inter Corpora At the American Association of Applied Corpus Linguistics / International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Joint Conference, Ann Arbor, MI 2005
New Textual Scholarship: From Consumer to Producer At the Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, 2005
“Waking Up in the British Library.” At the American Historical Association, Seattle, WA, 2005
Textual Patterns in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature. At the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI 2005
The Future of Electronic Resources? At the Renaissance Society of America, Cambridge, UK, 2005
A New Collaborative Model: Scholars, Librarians, Publishers and the Creation of Electronic Resources with Andrew Kuster At the Association for College and Research Libraries, Minneapolis, MN, 2005
Collaboration and Communication in Building Electronic Resources At (De)materializing the Early Modern Text Symposium Bath Spa University College, Bath, UK, 2005
Collaboration in the Development of Romance Language Digital Resources: Western European Studies Section, American Library Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2005
Digital Preservation and Electronic Scholarly Editions. At the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA 2004.
A New Cooperative Model: Scholars, Librarians, Publishers, and the Production of Electronic Resources. At the Association for Computing in the Humanities/Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2004
A New Model for Private/Public Cooperation. At the Renaissance Society of America Conference, New York, NY, 2004
Electronic Resources and Scholarly Publishing. At the Renaissance Society of America Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2003.
“The Conscience of the King:” A Comparative Study of English and Burgundian Courtly Spectacle. At the National Conference for Undergraduate Research, Rochester, NY, 1999
“The Conscience of the King:” A Comparative Study of English and Burgundian Courtly Spectacle. Ohio State University College of the Humanities Research Colloquium, Columbus, OH, 1999
American Library Association – Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
New England Chapter – Scholarly Communication Interest Group
Chair – 2021 -2022
Vice-Chair – 2020 – 2021
ACRL Scholarly Communications Committee
Member – 2010 – 2012
Literatures in English Section
Secretary – 2008 – 2009
Webmaster – 2006 – 2008
Executive Committee – Member – 2006 – 2009, 2011 – 2012
2012 Program Committee – Chair – 2011 – 2012
Publications Committee – Member – 2006 – 2008
Nominating Committee – Chair – 2007 – 2008
Western European Studies Section
Member-at-Large – 2009 – 2010
Executive Committee – 2007 – 2008, 2009 – 2010
Publications Committee – Chair – 2007 – 2008, Member – 2006 – 2007
Library Publishing Coalition
Research Committee – Member – 2021 – 2022
NorthEast Regional Library Consortium (NERL)
Transformative Agreement Task Force
Co-Chair – 2019 – 2020
Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)
Special Interest Group – History and Foundations of Information Science
Secretary – 2017 – 2018
Digital Humanities Now
Editor-at-large – 2016 – 2018
Dissertations and Theses Advisory Board – Member – 2014 – 2016
Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Editorial Board – Member – 2011 – 2014
American Association for History and Computing
Executive Director – 2008 – 2015
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP)
Program Committee 2013 Conference – Member – 2012 – 2013
The Republic of Letters: Science & Learning – Renaissance to Enlightenment, University of Florida
Advisory Board – Member – 2009 – Present
Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) – Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria
Member – 2006 – present
Journal of the Association for History and Computing
Interim Executive Editor – 2009 – 2010
Editorial Board – 2007 – present
THATCamp – Philly
Organizing Committee – Member – 2011
Electronic Ballad Archive – Early Modern Center, University of California – Santa Barbara
Advisory Board – Member – 2003 – 2008
Digital Renaissance Editions Project – University of Western Australia
Advisory Board – Member – 2006 – 2008