Nancy’s professional history includes usage of DDI metadata standard to facilitate access to survey data and geospatial metadata standards (FGDC and ISO19115) during the discovery and dissemination portions of the data life cycle.
Nancy is currently a Digital Humanities Librarian at the University of Ottawa and is particularly interested in “data mashups” to create complex and diverse digital data collections (both born digital and not) in the digital humanities. Prior to this, Nancy worked as social science data specialist and GIS Librarian.
Nancy received her MLIS from McGill; she completed her MSc. in Earth Sciences at University of Ottawa. She received her B.A. undergraduate degree with honors in Environmental Studies and Minor in Geography from University of Ottawa.