Skilled at managing digital capture projects, Carolyn digitizes cultural heritage materials from Special Collections for inclusion in UTC Digital Collections and works with various departments and schools to promote open access to the university's research in UTC Scholar. She develops project workflows, guidelines, and local practices in accordance with international standards for digital capture and description and enjoys working with student employees to bring archival collections online. Her research interests include participatory archives, digital curation, and assessment.

Carolyn joined UTC in July 2013 after having worked at the American University in Cairo where she was a key player in an effort to document the January 25 Revolution. She earned her M.L.I.S. in Archives and Records Management from the University of South Carolina and has a B.A. in Archaeology and History from the University of Virginia. Carolyn loves to work with faculty to develop course assignments using primary sources in Special Collections.

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