Are there limits beyond the right to privacy and copyright law to what we should make digitally available?
How does sharing materials online affect, benefit, or potentially harm cultural communities?
What are the ethical implications of digitally preserving and providing access to cultural materials online?
The Vanderbilt University Libraries are an integral part of the intellectual and cultural life of the university and community. Our libraries are engaged in major initiatives within Vanderbilt, as well as nationally and internationally.
CLIR is an independent, nonprofit organization that forges strategies to enhance research, teaching, and learning environments in collaboration with libraries, cultural institutions, and communities of higher learning.
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and Vanderbilt University formed the Committee on Coherence at Scale for Higher Education in 2012 to examine emerging national-scale digital projects. The Committee on Coherence at Scale fosters strategic thinking about how to rigorously manage the transition from analog to digital in higher education.
A symposium co-sponsored by CLIR and Vanderbilt University to explore preserving digital cultural heritage at scale.
A symposium sponsored by Vanderbilt University Libraries to explore the ethical dimensions of crowd-sourcing.
A symposium sponsored by Vanderbilt University Libraries to explore the ethical dimensions of digital scholarship.
Digital Humanities Research Fellow
Center for Historic Preservation
Middle Tennessee State University
Director of the Curb Center,
Ph.D. Learning Sciences/Learning,
Teaching & Diversity
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
Associate Director, MATRIX; Michigan State University