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Asst. Map Librarian, Earth Sciences Library
BioHello! I am a map librarian at Branner Earth Sciences Library & Map Collections where I manage and provide reference support for our circulating collection of approximately 300,000 paper maps. I develop, oversee, and contribute to strategies for original and copy cataloging and digitization of newly acquired and backlogged cartographic and geospatial materials. I am keen to create an interactive environment that engages and inspires our patrons while fulfilling their research needs and center my collection development and space planning decisions on this goal.
I give a monthly hands-on workshop on how to create Esri StoryMaps; the current model walks participants through how to utilize historical maps, images, and GIS data to create digital maps using ArcGIS Online which are then served through a multi-template StoryMap. I am most fulfilled when creatively thriving alongside our community and find that this platform is an intuitive way to digitally tell any story regardless of the discipline. Along with Julie Sweetkind-Singer and David Medeiros, our StoryMap titled Pancakes & Silver was awarded Esri's 2019 StoryMap of the Year. So come, let's get creative!
Physics Librarian, Engineering Library
Current Role at StanfordAs the Physics Librarian, I support Stanford researchers and students with information resources and research assistance in physics, applied physics, and astronomy. Through the University Libraries, I also serve as the local Refworks administrator. In support of the Diversity and Access Office, I also serve on the Board of the Asian Staff Forum (ASF) and as a mentor in the Asian Interactive Mentoring (AIM) program.