Stanford University Libraries and Information Resources (SULAIR), Academic Technology, and Staff
Benjamin Lee Stone, Curator, British and American History, Stanford University Libraries
Jason Heppler is the Academic Technology Specialist in the Department of History at Stanford University and affiliated staff with the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA). He is an historian specializing in digital history, the North American West, environmental, urban, and 19th and 20th century U.S. Drawing on his past experience as a project manager for the William F. Cody Archive, he provides help and advice for the digitization of archival objects, established a metadata schema for collecting information about archival material, and provides aid and training with Bibliopedia, a platform for collecting and organizing metadata.
Jacqueline Marie Hettel, Digital Humanities Developer. Jacqueline Hettel is the Linguistics, Philosophy, and Textual Research Librarian for Stanford University Libraries. She received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Georgia, and during her time there was the Chief Research Assistant for the Linguistic Atlas Projects. She has leveraged the skills she cultivated while at the LAP to help the Chinese Railroad Workers Project develop sustainable strategies for capturing metadata and leveraging it for discovery within the archive.
Monica Moore, Program Administrator, American Studies Program
Jason Nou is a Principal Studio Operator at the Stanford Center for Professional Development in the Engineering Department at Stanford University. He works with faculty, staff, and guest speakers to provide audiovisual support, technical assistance, and immediate issue resolution for online video production.
Qi Qiu, Librarian, East Asia Library
Mike Widener is the Academic Technology Specialist for the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages at Stanford University. He is completing his Ph.D. in English (medieval studies) at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the project director for Bibliopedia, which he has been adapting for use in the Chinese Railroad Workers Project.
Raina Sun, Webmaster