As Digital Curation Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I am responsible for management, implementation, and outreach for data curation services for university faculty, staff, and students, including leading the interdisciplinary group Research Data Services. In my role, I also manage UW’s institutional repository, MINDS@UW. My day-to-day experience keeps me busy strategizing about how to improve and build services, managing projects, teaching and presenting, troubleshooting, supervising a student worker, and learning constantly… all of which makes the digital generalist in me very happy!

During grad school I was a writer and managing editor for the library student-run blog Hack Library School. Currently I am the editor of the LITA blog. I graduated from the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing in 2014 with my Master of Library Science (MLS) and Master of Information Science (MIS).

In the past, I shared projects and wrote primarily about library stuff here on my blog; now, as a member of the 2015 Project Life creative team, I’m newly inspired to share my life outside work as well.

Feel free to reach out to me at briannahmarshall(at)gmail(dot)com with any library or memorykeeping related questions and comments. (Or even just to say hello! I enjoy making online friends.)