Reid Larson is a research librarian with a focus on scholarly communication. He assists students and faculty with research projects and provides course-related instruction for American Studies, Anthropology, Communication, History, Literature and Creative Writing, Philosophy, and Sociology. He also oversees the Hamilton Digital Commons, a bibliography and open archive for scholarly and creative works by Hamilton College faculty, students and staff. Reid arrived at Hamilton in 2005, having worked in a similar role at Lafayette College. Prior to becoming a librarian, he served as the director of the Essex County Historical Society/Adirondack History Center Museum and the education director for the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation.
Lisa works to connect the Hamilton Community with the digital collections and digital resources needed for them to succeed in their academic pursuits. She works to provide direction for LITS’s digital collections from start to finish, including managing the workflow of materials, setting the metadata schema, and prioritizing the collections for digitization and mounting to the repository. Lisa also works to provide campus metadata support, teaching class sessions on metadata as requested, supporting initiatives on campus that have a metadata component, and fulfilling individual faculty and student metadata needs as they arise.
Janet leads digital scholarship services at Hamilton. She serves as project manager and/or coordinator for faculty digital scholarship projects, partners with faculty in the integration of undergraduate students in digital scholarship, creates opportunities for students to develop their digital research methods and skills, and manages budgets and technology resources to support projects. Janet also coordinates internal and external communication and engagement efforts, develops grants and other funding sources, and manages strategic partnerships with internal and external organizations in support of the LITS portfolio. With John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Arts Rebecca Murtaugh, Janet is Co-PI on Creative Arts & Technology (CAT) funded by the Sherman Fairchild Foundation.
In her role, she collaborates with administrative offices to improve business processes. She also manages the LITS and ADI project portfolios, coordinates the LITS advisory committees, and oversees annual LITS assessment activities.
Originally from Colombia, Dr. Nhora Lucía Serrano is a trained Early Modern Comparative Literature scholar whose areas of focus include: Technology Enhanced Learning & Educational Innovation, Digital Humanities, History of Book History/Print Culture, Visual Studies (Graphic Narratives and Editorial Cartoons & Comics), Latin America/Latinx, and Medieval And Renaissance Studies.