Tutor profile: Lori W.
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I'm an experienced museum professional and trained art historian with an MLIS degree seeking new opportunities to apply librarianship skills.
I've been a graduate teaching and research assistant at Case Western Reserve University as well as a peer mentor in the MLIS program at San Jose State University.
San Jose State University
Library and Information Science
2011 - 2015
Case Western Reserve University
History of Art and Architecture (Museum Studies)
2002 - 2004
University at Buffalo
Classics - Classical Archaeology
2000 - 2002
Buffalo State SUNY
1997 - 2000
Cleveland Museum of Art, Associate Director, Interpretation
2008 - Present
· Manage staff and budget for interpretation department. · Lead interpretive planning for special exhibitions and permanent collection galleries. · Coordinate and manage interpretive media projects for special exhibitions and permanent collection galleries, including installed media and apps. · Manage digital content development and production process for ArtLens app, including quality control for interpretive media assets. · Serve as institutional contact for external contractors on media projects, including contract negotiation and...
San Jose State University, Peer Mentor (virtual)
2011 - 2012
· Mentored 21 first semester graduate students in the School of Library and Information Science toward successful completion of nine technology modules, including online research, collaborative work, learning management systems, and social networking skills. · Facilitated acquisition of students’ proficiency in use and evaluation of current and emerging information and communication technologies. · Presented instructional web conference session on online collaboration tools. · Created instructional video for web browser bibliographic tool...
Case Western Reserve University, Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, Art History & Museum Studies
2002 - 2008
· Assisted faculty in their teaching objectives and students in their learning objectives, including preproduction organization and preparation of analog (text and image) materials to be digitized. · Digitized other materials for Department of Art History and Art faculty, including document scans. · Conducted object research for the exhibition Coming of Age in Ancient Greece: Images of Childhood from the Classical Past (Dr. Jenifer Neils, 2003). · Researched and analyzed statistical data set and co-presented poster session for Differentiation...
Cleveland Museum of Art, Image Cataloger, Ingalls Library and Archives
2004 - 2005
· Cataloged library’s traditional slide collection and reference resource materials for faculty and student use in preparation for digitization project.
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