Raynor Memorial Libraries' Digital Scholarship and Programs transform the way faculty and students create and share knowledge. By helping them explore new tools and methodologies, the staff of Digital Scholarship and Programs leverage in-house information resources and technologies, and library expertise to help you forge new interdisciplinary connections and accelerate inquiry, discover, and learning. Some of the digital tools we help support include digitization, data visualization, digital mapping, social media, web development, simulation, and data management.

In our Digital Scholarship Lab, staff are on hand to consult with faculty on incorporating digital tools and methods into both their scholarship and the classroom. The lab space also gives students a dedicated environment for experimenting, collaborating, and creating in digital video, graphics, web publishing, and other media. Our Digital Programs staff are available to help scholars explore new and emerging publishing options, data management, copyright, and alternative impact metrics.


Who We Are

Ed Sanchez

Ed Sanchez, Interim Head of Digital Scholarship & Head of Library Information Technology

Focus areas: Project planning, faculty support, web infrastructure

Max Gray

Maxwell Gray, Digital Scholarship Librarian

Focus areas: Public humanities, digital humanities, creative research, experimental methods, digital editions, digital collections, web development, web archiving, data analytics, database design, metadata, linked data, information literacy, and new media.

Eric Kowalik

Eric Kowalik, Instructional Designer

Focus areas: Open educational resources, GitHub, Power BI

Brendan Lenzner

Brendan Lenzner, Web and Digital Scholarship Technologies Librarian

Focus areas: Web development and design (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, React.js), content management systems (WordPress, Omeka), web publishing, Python, C#, database design, GitHub, 3D printing, virtual reality

Sharon Olson

Sharon Olson, Digital Programs Technician

Focus areas: Selected works, publisher permissions, accessibility

Danelle Orange

Danelle Orange, Coordinator of Digital Scholarship and Programs

Focus areas: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, SQL, Audacity, Camtasis, oXygen, Timeline JS, Kumu, WordPress, OBS, ArcGIS storymaps

Leslie Quade

Leslie Quade, Digital Programs Technician

Focus areas: Publisher permissions


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