About the Collaborators
Audra Eagle is Project Archivist for Special Collections & Archives in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. She serves as both digital projects manager and processing archivist, developing a digital collections program and workflow as well as managing archival processing and description. She blogs at Touchable Archives.
Gretchen Gueguen is the Digital Initiatives Librarian at East Carolina University. She currently oversees the creation of digital projects and collections for East Carolina University, and has been involved with several digital library and digital humanities projects such as the University of Maryland Digital Collections, the Thomas MacGreevy Archive.
Jill Katte serves as Digital Collections Program Coordinator for the Duke University Libraries, where she provides project management and administration for digital collections initiatives. She blogs at the Duke Digital Collections Blog.
Amy Rudersdorf is the Director of the Digital Information Management Program at the State Library of North Carolina. She oversees the Library’s work to ensure long-term preservation and ready and permanent public access to born-digital and digitized publications produced by (or on behalf of) North Carolina state government.
Will Sexton is Metadata Analyst and Programmer at Duke University Libraries, providing technical support for the library’s digital collections program, finding databases and archival finding aids. He is also project manager for the library’s effort to build a generalized metadata tool and repository platform. He blogs at the Duke Digital Collections Blog.
Rita Van Duinen is the Project Management Librarian for the Carolina Digital Library and Archives (CDLA) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition to managing the UNC Library’s Internet Archive digitization program, she participates in various aspects of project management across the CDLA, including working closely with curatorial and systems staff in regards to developing and managing digitization projects.