Rebecca Parker

Rebecca Parker

Photo of Rebecca Parker in Segovia, Spain 2014


Office: CTSDH, Loyola Hall Room 316

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kyle Roberts

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Loyola University Chicago, M.A. in Digital Humanities & CTSDH Digital Studies Fellow
2017 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), Certificate in Accessibility & Digital Environments
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, B.A. in English Literature and Social Sciences with a Certificate in Digital Studies
Community College of Allegheny County, A.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences

Professional Experience

Digital Archive Consultant & Web Content Manager –
West Overton Village & Museums in Scottdale, Pennsylvania
training staff in paleography, digital curation, processing metadata, and creating Omeka collections
updating and maintaining website
Freelance Consultant - 
Black Rock Historical Society in Fairfield, Connecticut
encoding and processing of Thomas Bartram’s account log manuscripts
creating Black Rock History website
Technical Assistant -
The Center for the Digital Text at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
built digital projects, delivered digital humanities courses and workshops, supported student and faculty digital ventures
extensive coding, querying, and visualization development using the XML family of languages
Research & Teaching Assistant
The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
assisted in teaching, grading, and developing course materials for Pitt-Greensburg’s 2015 Coding and Digital Archives course as well as the 2016 Coding and Data Visualization course
organized digital photographs of manuscript texts, contributed to Digital Mitford project prosopography, and initiated the transcription and XML encoding of Mary Russell Mitford's daily journal dated 1819 to 1823.


Beshero-Bondar, Elisa and Rebecca Parker. "A GitHub 'Garage' for a Digital Humanities Course."
In New Directions for Computing Education: Embedding Computing Across Disciplines
edited by Samuel B. Fee, Amanda Holland-Minkley, and Tom Lombardi. 
Springer International Publishing AG, 2017.
Author: Rebecca Parker
Last modified: 3/15/2018 8:27 PM (EDT)