Photo of Sarah Melton Sarah V. Melton is Head of Digital Scholarship at Boston College Libraries where she oversees the digital scholarship group. She is an advocate for open research and has a soft spot for old maps. Her research interests include public history, intellectual property and open access, and the philosophy of information organization.

O’Neill Library 212
sarah.melton@bc.edu


Photo of Jiebei Luo Jiebei Luo is Data Services Librarian at Boston College’s O’Neill Library where she provides services and support related to research data acquisition, management, curation and visualization. Her research interests center on data literacy instruction, evidence-based statistical analysis, data visualization, scholarly communication, and library assessment.

O’Neill Library 212
jiebei.luo@bc.edu


Image of Allison Xu Yaqing (Allison) Xu is Data and Visualization Librarian at Boston College’s O’Neill Library where she provides data related support for BC faculty, staff and students, including consultation and software training. She specializes in data visualization design, data analytics, database management and assessment. Her interests lie within the areas of information visualization, spatial analysis and geo-visualizations.

 O’Neill Library 212
 yaqing.xu@bc.edu


Image of Melanie Hubbard Melanie Hubbard is the Digital Scholarship Librarian for Instruction at Boston College’s O’Neill Library where she advances digital scholarship by facilitating and supporting the incorporation of digital tools and methods into teaching. Her background in special collections, book history, and archives heavily influence her research interests and pedagogical practices.

O’Neill Library 212
melanie.hubbard@bc.edu


Photo of Matthew Naglak Matthew Naglak is the Digital Scholarship Librarian for Projects at the O’Neill Library where he supports faculty and students interested in digital research and learning experiences with the resources of the Digital Studio. Matthew has experience working on archaeology projects in Italy, Sardinia, Greece, and Turkey. He is interested in the integration of mapping and archival projects within the digital humanities in classrooms, museum exhibitions, and digital publications.

 O’Neill Library 212
 matthew.naglak@bc.edu


Photo of Gabe Feldstein Gabriel Feldstein works as the Digital Publishing and Outreach Specialist in the Boston College Libraries where he helps manage the eJournals while promoting the wonderful collections the library is consistently expanding. Gabe is interested in the further developing infrastructure around Open Access publishing and thoroughly enjoys learning about new the digital humanities projects in the Digital Studio.

 O’Neill Library 212
 gabe.feldstein@bc.edu