This is a collection of videos I created for the course, MUSM 5021, which encouraged me to, "analyze structural racism and other forms of exclusion and oppression (e.g. sexism, classism) that are embedded in museum practices." (from the syllabus created by Dr. Dulce...
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ATLAS 5519 – (Im)practical Programming
I took ATLAS 5519, playfully titled (im)practical programming in the Summer 2022. It was a five week intensive course that met three days a week. This is cross-posted from this repo has all my assignments for the University of Colorado, Boulder course ATLS-5519:...
MUSM 5021 – Bruno Latour’s ‘Centers of Calculation’
This video is a synthesis of the main points from Chapter 6: 'Centers of Calculation' from the book, Science in Action by Bruno Latour.
User Centered Design Journal
In Spring 2022, I took a User Centered Design class. Part of the weekly class assingments was to create a design journal. I hadn't ever done something like this, but ultimately at the end of the semester I appreciated this alternate form of synthesizing what I was...
UCD Final Project
Links Figma Prototype 2 Figma Prototype 3 Class Final Presentation Slides Design Journal with all project milestones Subset of Final Paper Over the last few decades, global research infrastructure has been enhanced to include unique identifiers for journal articles...
FAIR Island Presentation to INFO 6500 Seminar – Spring 2022
I presented this slide in the Spring 2022 INFO 6500 Research Showcase. From the 1st presentation to the second, I realized that I needed to focus on what the acronym FAIR meant, the three parts of the project and that it is information infrastructure. By putting in...
Decadal Reference Document
Note: This was an assignment I created in Fall 2022 for the class CSCI-INFO 5871-5919. The course title was HCC Survey and Synthesis: Foundations and Trajectories taught by Dr. Leysia Palen. Grudin writes that “Two fields of research that gave rise to HCI: (1) making...
I speak on a variety of topics including data management across the project lifecycle and supporting research teams as they transition to more resilient data practices.
I co-own Metadata Game Changers LLC with my husband, Ted Habermann. I am currently leading two projects:
- NASA Openscapes in collaboration with Julie Lowndes, UCSB
- FAIR Island Project
I am a 2nd year Ph.D. student in Information Science at CU Boulder. I am advised by Dr. Leysia Palen.