Rachel Deblinger, Director, Digital Scholarship Commons
Rachel is trained as a Jewish Historian and her research explores Holocaust memory and American Jewish philanthropy. She is the author of Memories/Motifs, an online exhibit built in Scalar, that invites visitors to read, hear, and see Holocaust survivor narratives from the early post war period.
Consultation Areas & Interests: Getting started with Digital Humanities, Digital Exhibit Building, Digital Research Methods, Personal Archives & Research Databases, Alt/Ac, Online Publishing, and Public Scholarship
Digital Initiatives Team
Susan Perry, Head of Digital Initiatives
Consultation Areas & Interests: Data Management & Preservation, Omeka, Digital Research Methods, Digitization
Consultation Areas & Interests: Film & Video Digitization, Audio Digitization, Multimedia Hardware, Project Management and Workflows
Angelika Frebert, Digital Imaging Specialist
Angelika earned her degree in photography in Munich, Germany. Her focus at UCSC Library has become the digitization of photographic material ranging from unique items to large collections. She has been the lead on digitizing projects for the Grateful Dead Archive Online, as well as UCSC Library Digital Collections.
Consultation Areas & Interests: Photography, Digitization of Photographic Material, Digital Image Processing, Project Management and Workflows
Ned's background in experimental physics gives him engineering and data science perspectives on his work in library technology. Ned works with programmers around the country to develop open source library web applications to connect and showcase the richly structured multimedia content in our growing digital collections.
Consultation & Interests: Web Development, Programming for Open Source Applications, PHP, Ruby/Rails, Online Media, Omeka Development, Avalon Media System, Hydra
Consultation Areas & Interests: Data Management & Preservation, Omeka, Neatline
Consultation Areas & Interests: Omeka, Digital Exhibit Building, Usability and User Experience