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Family Portrait: A Digital Archive of my Heritage

This project was created to serve as a personal digital archive for a selection of my family photographs. The objective was to preserve these photographs and their descriptive information and make this accessible to family members within and outside of Canada. This project was created under the supervision of John Richan, Digital Archivist for the Records Management and Archives Department at Concordia University. This project was created to fulfill the requirements for GLIS 689 Selected Topics, which was offered by the School of Information Studies at McGill University in 2019. To view this project please click here.

The Seahorse Project

This project is an Omeka digital exhibit for a sample of the Redpath Museum’s seahorse collection that can be continued by the museum to increase access to its holdings. The Seahorse Project was created in collaboration with Christina Hilburger, Donna Langille to fulfill the requirements for GLIS649 Digital Curation. This course was offered by the School of Information Studies at McGill University in 2018. To view this project please click here.

The Confession of The Presbyterian Church in Canada Exhibit

In Summer 2019, I created an exhibit on The Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Confession to God and Indigenous peoples for their involvement in Residential Schools. This exhibit was created as part of a summer internship with The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives. This exhibit outlines the history of Residential Schools, the Confession’s creation, the Church’s healing and reconciliation efforts, and how the Church has recognized the 25th anniversary of the Confession. This exhibit was created using the records available at The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives. To view this exhibit please click here.

The Life of Rev. Mark Young Stark Exhibit

In Summer 2019, I created an exhibit on the life of Rev. Mark Young Stark for The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives as part of a summer internship. This exhibit outlines Rev. Mark Young Stark’s life and career as the Presbyterian Minister for Ancaster, Ontario (1833-1854) and Dundas, Ontario (1833-1863). This exhibit was created using the Mark Young Stark family fonds and other records available at The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives. To view this exhibit please click here.

Visualizing Tweets: Exploring how Twitter has been used to Promote and Discuss Open Access within History

In this project, I used Twitter to explore how “open access” has been discussed and promoted online. This project was created to fulfill the requirements for Crafting Digital History HIST3907o, which was offered by Carleton University in 2016. If you are interested in reading my project, please click here. Also, for my thought process and notes, please explore my GitHub Final Project repository here.

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