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L. Wynholds : Curriculum Vitae

Education

PhD in Information Studies, Expected December 2014

University of California, Los Angeles

Master of Library and Information Science, May 2009

University of Wisconsin, Madison

BS in Environmental & Resource Sciences with Honors, and

BA in German with Honors, December 2002

University of California, Davis

Papers

Borgman, Christine L., David S. Fearon Jr., L. Wynholds, and Sharon Traweek. “When Use Cases Are Not Useful: A Working Paper for the Data Conservancy IRD IS/CS Retreat.” White Paper. Pittsburgh, PA: Data Conservancy, October 2010.
Marsh, Cris, Erica Schmitz, and L. Wynholds. “A User’s Guide to the NBII Wildlife Disease Information Node.” The Wildlife Professional, June 2008.
Sands, Ashley, Christine L. Borgman, L. Wynholds, and Sharon Traweek. “‘We’re Working on It:’ Transferring the Sloan Digital Sky Survey from Laboratory to Library.” San Francisco, CA, USA, 2014.
Wynholds, L. “Linking to Scientific Data: Identity Problems of Unruly and Poorly Bounded Digital Objects.” Chicago, IL, 2010.
———. “Linking to Scientific Data: Identity Problems of Unruly and Poorly Bounded Digital Objects.” International Journal of Digital Curation 6, no. 1 (March 2011): 214–25. http://www.ijdc.net/index.php/ijdc/article/view/174.
———. “Public Monies, Privatized Words, and the Pace of Technology: The Struggle to Provide Scholarly Access in the Face of Rising Costs and Budget Shortfalls.” Madison, WI, 2008.
Wynholds, L., David S Fearon Jr., Christine L. Borgman, and Sharon Traweek. “When Use Cases Are Not Useful: Data Practices, Astronomy, and Digital Libraries.” Ottawa, 2011.
Wynholds, L., Jillian C. Wallis, Christine L. Borgman, Ashley Sands, and Sharon Traweek. “Data, Data Use, and Scientific Inquiry: Two Case Studies of Data Practices.” In Proceedings of the 12th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 19–22. JCDL ’12. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2012. https://doi.org/10.1145/2232817.2232822.

Posters

Borgman, Christine, A. Sands, and L. Wynholds. “Astronomy: On the Bleeding Edge of Scholarly Infrastructure.” In American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts, Vol. 221, 2013. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013AAS...22124032B.
“Curators to the Stars.” Poster presented at the ASSIST Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, October 24, 2010. http://www.asis.org/asist2010/proceedings/proceedings/ASIST_AM10/submissions/425_Final_Submission.pdf.
“Embodying Research Methods into Fields and Tables: A Process of Informed Database Design.” Poster presented at the iConference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, February 3, 2010. https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/handle/2142/15051.
Sands, Ashley, Christine L. Borgman, L. Wynholds, and Sharon Traweek. “Follow the Data: How Astronomers Use and Reuse Data.” Poster presented at the ASIS&T 75th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, October 29, 2012. http://www.asis.org/asist2012/abstracts/341.html.
———. “Surf’s Up: Riding the Big Data Wave.” Poster presented at the Internet, Politics, Policy 2012: Big Data, Big Challenges?, Oxford Internet Institute (OII, University of Oxford), September 20, 2012.
Wynholds, L. “Following the Data: An Evolving Constellation of Artifacts, Records and Tacit Knowledge.” Chapel Hill, NC, 2013.
Wynholds, L., David S Fearon Jr., Christine L. Borgman, and Sharon Traweek. “Awash in Stardust: Data Practices in Astronomy.” In Proceedings of the IConference. Seattle, WA: ACM Press, 2011.

Presentations

Freedman, Jenna, Kelly Shortandqueer, and Chris Wilde. “(Un)Intentional Community: Queer Zines in an Institutional Context.” Conference Panel presented at the GLBT Archives, Museums, Libraries and Special Collections (ALMS) Conference, New York  NY, May 2008. http://lowereastsidelibrarian.info/talks/2008/glbtalms.
“IDCC10 Best Student Paper: Laura Wynholds on Vimeo.” Accessed December 10, 2010. http://vimeo.com/17661999.
Wynholds, L. “Archiving Scientific Data on the Web.” Workshop presented at the Exploring the WAC; Challenges in Providing Access to the Worl’d Web Archives, Standford University, Palo Alto, CA, June 30, 2012. http://cs.harding.edu/wac-workshop2012/schedule.html.
———. “Linking to Scientific Data: Identity Problems of Unruly and Poorly Bounded Digital Objects.” Chicago, IL, 2010.
———. “Using Open Source Software in Digital Archives.” Conference Session presented at the Annual General Meeting, Society of California Archivists, Long Beach, CA, May 2007.
Wynholds, L., Emily Drabinski, K. R. Roberto, and Melissa Adler. “The Contested Language of Description and Access.” Conference Panel presented at the 33rd Annual Wisconsin Women’s Studies Conference and 4th Annual LGBTQ Conference, Madison, WI, April 2009. http://wsc.uwsa.edu/events/confer/conf09/program09.htm.

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