Omeka Book Viewer, modified from the Internet Archive's BookReader
“Building an Inclusive Digital Local History in the Midwest.” Paper presented at the Global Digital Humanities Symposium at Michigan State University, March 2020.
“Intro to Video Production.” Presentation part of Audio & Video Production Professional Development Workshop at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, August 8, 2018.
“The Whitesides: Benjamin & Lucy's Neighbors.” Lecture at the Benjamin Stephenson House museum in Edwardsville, Illinois, March 10, 2018.
“Innovative Digital History Collaborations in Illinois Universities: UIS History Harvest, UIUC SourceLab, and SIUE Madison County Historical.” Co-presentation with Jeffrey Manuel and Jason Stacy as part of a panel discussion at the Conference on Illinois History at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois, October 5, 2017.
“Organizing and Personalizing Online Digital Collections with Omeka.” Workshop co-presented with Katie Knowles at the SIUE IRIS Center, February 17, 2017.
Borderlands: The Goshen Settlement of William Bolin Whiteside, Website (whiteside.siue.edu), 2016 - 2019.
“The World’s Largest Catsup Bottle in Collinsville,” Madison Historical: The Online Encyclopedia and Digital Archive for Madison County, Illinois, Encyclopedia Article co-authored with Elizabeth Silva, (madison-historical.siue.edu/encyclopedia/catsup-bottle), 2018.
“Written on the Land: The Whiteside Family” in Journal of St. Clair County History v. 40, 2016 - 2017.
“Border History of Madison County,” Madison Historical: The Online Encyclopedia and Digital Archive for Madison County, Illinois, Encyclopedia Article (madison-historical.siue.edu/encyclopedia/border-history), 2017.
“Whiteside, William Bolin (1777 – 1833),” Madison Historical: The Online Encyclopedia and Digital Archive for Madison County, Illinois, Encyclopedia Article (madison-historical.siue.edu/encyclopedia/william-bolin-whiteside), 2017.
$4,716, funded purchase of new iMacs to replace aging Mac desktops in the IRIS Center, awarded March 2020.
$12,532.25, funded creation of website to document the history of the African American community in Edwardsville, Illinois, awarded July 2019.
$6,000, funded Digital Humanities and the Undergraduate Experience conference, awarded February 2019.
$9,580, funded Digital Humanities and the Undergraduate Experience conference, awarded November 2018.
$2,675, funded creation of digital gallery of projects funded by the Forgotten Illinois grant program (forgotten-illinois.org), awarded August 2018.
$5,983.25, funded purchase of laptops, microphones, and GoPros for mobile digital storytelling with the IRIS Center, awarded March 2018.
$750, funded purchase of new monitor and external hard drive for the IRIS Center, awarded May 2017.
$2,899.98, funded purchase of hardware and software updates to the IRIS Center bookscanner, awarded May 2017.