I finished MLS at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Sciences in 2007. While at UNC, I completed an archival internship at the John W. Hartman Center Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History at the Perkins Library at Duke University. Greg also served as a Technical and Instructional Assistant at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to attending UNC, I was granted his MA in Modern American and Early Modern/Modern European History from Purdue University.
I am currently is the Content Administrator for Toledo's Attic, an online museum formed from a partnership with WGTE, the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, and the Maumee Valley Historical Society. Other responisibilites include the creation of the new library and Canaday Center web presence, as well as creating digital exhibits for the Canaday Center and Toledo's Attic. Future projects include creating best practices for future digitization projects and electronic records, exploring the use of EAD in the creation of Canaday Center finding aids, helping design and create an online repository to showcase the Canaday Center's collections using DSpace and other technologies, conducting local and distance reference work for the Canaday Center, working with local schools to increase awareness of Canaday Center resources, and working on presentations that will highlight the collections of the Canaday Center at local and national conferences.