For this project, I worked with museum staff to re-conceive their web presence, analyzed business needs, wrote the project specification, selected and configured a system for displaying digital artifacts, worked with numerous technical service providers, and supervised external designers and programmers.
A private social-media/educational website developed to enable geographically-dispersed homeschool students to engage with each other online during the week to plan, write, edit, and prepare their bi-weekly printed newspaper. The site was extremely versatile and successful for this educational social networking experience. In this site we used: file sharing, discussion forums, image uploading, task lists, direct email communication, resource sharing, and much more. The use of technology for this program enable the kids to do most of the planning, writing, chatting work from home, so the weekly class time could be used for in-house interviews, page layout and design, and other activities that required face-to-face time.
A private interactive website to supplement an intensive geography-bee preparation class for middle-schoolers.
Webpage designed for tercentennial conference at Yale University.
Developed and managed Yale University’s library first web-based gateway for online research from 1996 – 2000.
STATUS: Although the Research Workstation is long-retired, many of the principles and architecture behind this resource are still used today at https://web.library.yale.edu/