“Notes from our DH Correspondent” monthly series in The Gale Review
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“Building the Digital Scholar Lab – A Retrospective.” Co-authors Margaret Waligora, Lindsey Gervais, Wendy Perla Kurtz, Thomas Piggott, Marc Cormier. IDEAH (2022). https://doi.org/10.21428/f1f23564.c51aea2e
“Nile Travel and Excavation in the Valley of the Kings 1889-1913: The Diaries of Mrs. Emma B Andrews.” KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt 31 (4), Winter 2020
“Developing Literacies in the Digital Humanities Classroom: A Case Study.” DH+Lib Special Issue. Sarah Ketchley & Jared Nistler, University of Washington (2020) http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/ryea-4z10
“Introducing Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Classroom: Strategies, Solutions, and Pedagogical Practices Using the Gale Digital Scholar Lab.” New International Perspectives on Research and Teaching (2019)
“From provider to partner: how digital humanities sparked a change in Gale’s relationship with universities.” Insights, the UKSG Journal. (2019-10-16), DOI: 10.1629/uksg.482)
“Reliefs from the Tomb of Mentuemhat (TT 34) in the Museo Archeologico, Florence.” Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 38 (2012)