English and Digital Humanities Librarian
225 Library, MC-522
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61801
- 2009 - M.S., Library and Information Science: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL.
- 2007 - M.A., Humanities/Creative Writing: University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
- 2003 - B.A., History and Literature: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
I am interested in the development and usability of digital humanities resources; development of digital humanities user services; research workflows of humanities scholars that incorporate digital tools and resources; digital literacy; and humanities data curation.
Awards and Distinctions
- DLF Fellow, Digital Library Federation (2012).
- ACRL 2011 Conference Librarian Scholarship. Association for College and Research Libraries (2011).
- Beta Phi Mu (2010).
- Jane B. and Robert B. Downs Professional Promise Award, GSLIS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2010).
- Phi Kappa Phi (2010).
- 2012-2013: "Virtual Verse in the Library: Surveying the E-Poetry Landscape" / IMLS National Leadership Planning Grant (co-Principal Investigator).
- 2012-2013: "Bandits and Browsing: Data Mining and Network Analysis for Library Collections" / Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE, NSF OCI-1053575) Startup Allocation (Principal Investigator).
- 2012: "Library Support for the TEI: Tutorials, Tools, and Teaching" / University of Illinois Scholars' Travel Fund Award to College Station, TX (conference presentation)
- 2012: "Collaborative Economies: Tools and Strategies for Scholars and Libraries" / University of Illinois Scholars' Travel Fund Award to Seattle, WA (conference presentation).
- 2011: "What Do Writers Want?: Literary magazine publications by humanities faculty & the role of literary magazines in scholarly communications" / University of Illinois Scholars' Travel Fund Award to Philadelphia, PA (conference presentation).
- 2010: "The Modern Scholarly Archive: Libraries, Scholarly Communications, and Building Digital Tools for the Modern Humanities Scholar" / University of Illinois Scholars' Travel Fund Award to East Lansing, MI (conference presentation).
- Green, Harriett E. 2013. “An analysis of the use and preservation of MONK text mining research software.” Literary and Linguistic Computing (accepted, forthcoming summer 2013)
- Green, Harriett E., Kirk Hess, and Richard D. Hislop. 2012. “Incorporating Circulation Data in Relevancy Rankings for Search Algorithms in Library Collections.” Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on eScience, October 8-10, 2012, Chicago, USA. 4 pp.
- Green, Harriett E. (2013). Libraries across Land and Sea: Academic library services on international branch campuses. College & Research Libraries. Vol. 74/no.1: pp. 9-23.
- Green, Harriett E. “Finding the Canary for Text Mining: Analysis of the use and users of MONK text mining research software.” Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (1 July 2011) 9 pp.
- Green, Harriett E. “One Isn’t the Loneliest Number: The Process of Merging a Departmental Library into a New Library.” NMRT Footnotes (2011): 5 pp.
- Green, Harriett E., Jordan Ruud, and Andrew Walsh, spring 2013. “Using Website Analytics Tools in the Development of a Humanities Library Web Portal.” in Web Analytic Strategies for Information Professionals: A LITA Guide [9 pp.].
- Green, Harriett. 2012. "Libraries and the TEI: Teaching, Tutorials, and Tools." Paper presentation at the 2012 TEI Annual Members' Meeting and Conference, College Station, TX, November 7-9, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2012. "Surveying the Landscape of Digital Humanities Librarianship." Presentation at the DLF Forum 2012, Denver, CO, November 4-5, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2012. “What Are You Going to Do with That Data?: A Needs Assessment of Humanities Scholars and Digital Collections.” Paper presented at the KU Digital Humanities Forum 2012, Lawrence, KS, September 22, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2012. “Digital Humanities and Academic Libraries as Partners in Humanities Collaboratories.” University of Minnesota Libraries. Minneapolis, MN, February 17, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2012. “Collaborative Economies: Tools and Strategies for Scholars and Libraries.” Paper presented at MLA 2012 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, January 7, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2012. “Digital Collections and Humanities Research: What Do Scholars Want?” Paper presented at MLA 2012 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, January 6, 2012.
- Green, Harriett. 2011. “Bandits and Browsing: Effective Collection Size as a Way of Quantifying Search Efficiency.” Poster presented at DLF Forum 2011 conference, Baltimore, MD, October 31–November 1, 2011.
- Green, Harriett. "What Do Writers Want?: An analysis of literary magazine publications by humanities faculty and the role of literary magazines in scholarly communications." ACRL 2011, Philadelphia, PA: March 30–April 2, 2011.
- Green, Harriett. "Identifying and Prioritizing Collections and Repositories (take 2): The Case for Scholar Engagement and Needs Assessment." Project Bamboo Partners Meeting, Berkeley, CA: January 26, 2011.
- Green, Harriett. 2010. "Finding the Canary in Text Mining: Analysis of the Use and Users of MONK Text Mining Research Software." Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Evanston, IL: November 21–22, 2010.
- Green, Harriett E. “Hogs and Harvesters in the Digital Age: The Farm, Field, and Fireside Collection at the UIUC Library.” iSchools 2010 Conference, Urbana, IL: February 3–4, 2010.
- American Library Association.
- Association of College and Research Libraries.
- Literatures in English Section of ACRL.
- Reference Users and Services Association.
- Alliance for Digital Humanities Organizations.
- Association for Computing in the Humanities.
- Modern Language Association.