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Library Fellows - Fall 2016

2016 Fall Library Fellows (L-R): University Labrarian Valerie Hotchkiss with students Christina Wang, Jorge Delgadillo, and Jennifer Alexander.

The call for proposals is now closed. Please watch for announcements Fall 2017 proposals.

Faculty and librarians may submit proposals for Library Fellow projects of one or two semesters’ duration that address key strategic initiatives within the libraries. Proposers are encouraged to contact Celia Walker to discuss their project prior to submission.

Submitting a Proposal

The call for spring proposals is now closed. Please watch for announcements for summer and fall proposals in the coming weeks.

Proposers should complete a project proposal survey [PDF worksheet].

Project proposals include the following:

  • Title of Project
  • Description of the project (one or two paragraphs) including strategic importance and skills and expertise to be developed during the fellowship
  • Duties
  • Semesters in which the project takes place
  • Desirable skills for employment
  • Mentors’ names
  • Contact Information for primary mentor (email)

Accepted proposals will be posted to Hire-a-Dore and to the Library Fellows website.

 

 

Library Fellows Project Proposals

 
Helguera Colombiana Independence Project P. Covington 2017 Spring
Tracing the Movement of Populations P. Covingon, J. Schultz 2017 Spring
Visualizing Cass Gilbert’s Woolworth Building M.A. Caton, K. Murphy 2017 Spring
Augmented Reality Sandbox L. Fox 2016 Fall
Helguera Colombiana Collection P. Covington 2016 Fall
Open Document Repository Project E. Warga 2016 Fall
The TV News Archive: A Semantic Analysis S. Stringer-Hye 2016 Fall
Mapping Access A. Hamraie 2016 Spring/Summer
Linked Data from the Medieval Middle East D. Michelson 2016 Spring
Qualitative Analysis of Research Practices in Religion B. Hook, C. Benda, R. Romero 2016 Spring
Manuel Zapata Olivella Collections—Ethnographic Collection P. Covington, L. Gill, K. Smith 2016 Spring
The United States of America vs. Alfried Krupp, et al. D. Schander, K. Smith 2016 Spring/Fall
Wisdom Digitized, Wisdom Multiplied I. Nwankwo, C. Anderson, D. Lilton 2016 Spring
Creating a Vernacular Archive for the History of Medicine: Science & the Subject’s Perspective L. Stark 2015 Fall
Folding, Printing, Binding, Cutting: Contemporary Artist’s Books Project M. A. Caton 2015 Fall
Honoring the Life of Composer Alfred H. Bartles H. Smith-Borne, J. Schaub 2015 Fall
19th Century Broadsides in the Helguera Colombian Collection P. Covington 2015 Summer
Bioimages: a Semantic Web Resource S. Baskauf 2015 Summer
Interactive Research Tutorials in the Law library C. Deane 2015 Summer
Responsive Web Design for the Revised Common Lectionary Website J. Gambill, A. Richardson 2015 Summer
Wish You Were Here: Enrico Caruso Postcard Project M.A. Caton 2015 Summer
The Letters of Flannery O’Connor: A Social Network Analysis S. Stringer-Hye 2015 Spring
Map Digitization Project L. Fox 2015 Spring
Manuel Zapata Olivella Collections Correspondence P. Covington 2015 Spring
Vanderbilt Libraries Special Collections Topics in Wikipedia C. Anderson 2014 Fall
Prepare to Practice C. Hamilton 2014 Fall
Recording History as It Happened: The Vanderbilt IMPACT Symposium  K. Smith 2014 Fall
Historical Tour of the University  K. Smith 2014 Fall
Vanderbilt Television News Archive: Online Exhibit of Presidential Speeches  J. Combs, C. Beals 2014 Fall
Illustrated Editions of Les Fleurs du Mal (1857) by Charles Baudelaire  Y. Boyer 2014 Spring
Helguera Colombian Collection  P. Covington 2014 Spring
Historical Tour of the University  K. Smith 2013 Fall
Vanderbilt Libraries Website Visual Communications  H. Craiglow 2013 Fall
Vanderbilt Libraries Special Collections Topics in Wikipedia  C. Anderson 2013 Fall
Jack Corn Collection of Appalachian Photographs  C. Walker 2012 Spring
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