About Me

Hi! I’m Bonnie. I’m the Project Manager for MESH Research and Humanities Commons, and Digital Specialist for HuMetricsHSS. I’ve got extensive experience in technical project management, user experience, quality assurance testing, technical documentation and training, and metadata management.

I completed my MLIS at Wayne State University in 2020, and have a great interest in open access, OER, and open pedagogy. I love to explore the borders between disciplines to find where technology can enable new collaborations.

Working with digital humanities scholars since 2012, I’ve helped scholars shape projects and identify technology needs. I served as the 2019-2020 chair of the Digital Publishing Committee for the Association of University Presses, primarily focused on the evaluation of digital publishing platforms and repositories. I’m currently taking part in the Digital Library Foundation’s Digital Accessibility Group Policies and Workflows Committee and a 3-year term on the Michigan State University Academic Specialist Advisory Committee (2022-2025).

The test rover from the 1970-71 Apollo moon missions.

See my Humanities Commons profile for more of what I’m getting up to these days. Find me on Mastodon for conversation and a general sense of how my brain works.