Systems & Design Kimberly
SYSTEMS & DESIGN
I am passionate about informing users and patrons about emerging technologies, connecting them to digital and physical collections, and preserving those collections for the future using digital preservation, creating detailed metadata, reformatting, and making collections available online for research, and using conservation and preservation techniques to physically preserve records for generations to come.
Creating responsive, user-friendly digital collection platforms to engage users and patrons.
As a certified (SAA) Digital Archives Specialist, my systems and design skills include but are not limited to; website, mobile application, and audio tour design, launch and maintenance; technical writing for protocol and maintenance of all projects created; Creating, directing and editing audio and video productions to market collections or inform users through instruction; Creating and editing workflow processes for accessioning, inventory and digitization of archival collections; Digitization and reformatting of analog records, audio and obsolete media; and ingestion and management of digital assets in a variety of formats using various DAM systems and metadata schema.
1/4th of the workflow I worked on in Visio for the Library of Congress, Preservation and Reformatting Division. July 2015.
Informing patrons and users about collections through marketing and outreach while providing quality researched information about collections; Connecting patrons and users with collections and information through digitization, reformatting, informative metadata and relational linking; Preserving collections through emerging technologies and archival best-practices so that future generations may obtain access.
Consultation and Creation In February 2014 when I consulted with Lyon Arboretum on what types of issues they were facing with their social media and technology platforms (see LADIP post dated July , 2014) I discovered [...]
I am very excited to announce that I have been invited to attend the 2014 DigBio biological collections digitization week-long workshops which are targeted to natural history collections specialists in Hawai‘i, Guam and other countries [...]
I recently had the opportunity to create and design a website for the University of Hawai’i, Museum Studies Department co-sponsored exhibit,Crossing Cultures: The Art of Manga in Hawai’i. The opening is going to be held on [...]
Overview As the graduate assistant for the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Museum Studies Graduate Certificate program, I am able to participate in helping other units at the university and local galleries with various aspects of their [...]
Day three of the 2014 iDigBio Conference was held at Bishop Museum, and while many of us were ready for more information about digitization in Pacific collections, we were also exhausted from the overflow [...]