Professional Development

Skills

Software — Archivists’ Toolkit, Adobe Creative Suite CS3 and CS5 (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign), Microsoft Office Suite 2003-365 (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher)
Metadata — EAD, Dublin Core, METS, MODS
Cataloging — AACR2, Library of Congress Subject Headings, MARC 21, Library of Congress and Dewey Classification, OCLC; familiarity with RDA and Cataloger’s Desktop
Integrated Library Systems — Sagebrush InfoCentre, Ex Libris Aleph, Alma & Primo
Web Design — HTML, XML, XHTML, CSS
Editorial — MLA, APA, Chicago, AP Styles; Copy editing for grammar and style

Associations

Society of American Archivists

  • National Individual Membership, January 2011-present
  • University of Tennessee Student Chapter Membership, Fall 2010-Summer 2012
  • Treasurer, University of Tennessee Student Chapter, Spring 2011-Spring 2012

Society of Tennessee Archivists

  • Regular Member, Summer 2013-present
  • Associate Member, Summer 2012-Summer 2013
  • Attended “Red, White, Blue and Recorded! Collecting and Preserving Politics in Tennessee” Conference, October 15-17, 2012

American Library Association & Tennessee Library Association

  • American Library Association National Membership, Spring 2013-present
  • Tennessee Library Association Membership, Spring 2013-present
  • American Library Association and Tennessee Library Association Student Joint Membership, Fall 2011-Fall 2012
  • Attended TNLA “Libraries Transform” Conference, March 21-23, 2012

Professional Development (Attended)

  • Kevin Smith, Lisa A. Macklin, and Anne Gilliland. “Copyright for Educators & Librarians.” Duke University, Emory University and North Carolina at Chapel Hill Open Online Course. Coursera. July-August 2014. Statement of Accomplishment with Distinction.
  • Danielson, Julie, Lisa Meidl, and Beth Jackson. “Best of Children’s Literature Review.” Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature. East Tennessee History Center. July 25, 2014.
  • Jeffrey Pomerantz. “Metadata: Organizing and Discovering Information.” North Carolina at Chapel Hill Open Online Course. Coursera. November 2013. Statement of Accomplishment.
  • Heritage Preservation. “Outreach Activities for Collections Care.” Caring for Yesterday’s Treasures — Today. Webinar. November 2013. Credly Credit
  • Heritage Preservation. “Caring for Audiovisual Materials.” Caring for Yesterday’s Treasures — Today. Webinar. October 2013. Credly Credit
  • Heritage Preservation. “Fundraising for Collections Care.” Caring for Yesterday’s Treasures — Today. Webinar. September and October 2013. Credly Credit
  • Danielson, Julie, Lisa Meidl, and Beth Jackson. “Best of the Best (thus far) 2013 Workshop.” Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature. East Tennessee History Center. July 19, 2013.
  • Colati, Greg and Jessica Branco Colati. “Thinking Digital . . . A Practical Session to Help You Get Started.” Digital Archives Specialist Course. Society of American Archivists. Webinar. May 16, 2013. DAS Credit
  • Alfrey, Adam. May Day Disaster Preparedness Workshop. Society of Tennessee Archivists and Tennessee Association of Museums. East Tennessee History Center. Knoxville, TN. May 1, 2013.
  • Behrnd-Klodt, Menzi. “Copyright Issues for Digital Archives.” Digital Archives Specialist Course. Society of American Archivists. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. October 15, 2012.
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