Meghan Ferriter is a Senior Innovation Specialist with the National Digital Initiatives division in the National and International Outreach directorate at the Library of Congress. An interdisciplinary researcher, she has worked closely with multiple museums, archives, volunteers, and partners to balance objectives of digital historical and citizen science projects. She has cultivated programs of engagement and stewarded meaningful participatory experiences along the way. Meghan researches the communication of cultural beliefs through media technologies and in media discourse and is interested in the transformative power and consequences of computer-mediated communication, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing. She holds an M.A. in History from Old Dominion University and a Ph.D. in Sociology awarded by the University of Glasgow.
Most Recent Posts
- October Innovator-in-Residence Update October 30th, 2017
- New FADGI MXF AS-07 Specification and Sample Files Published October 18th, 2017
- DC History For All: Volunteer Fair Event Summary October 3rd, 2017
- Introducing Beyond Words September 28th, 2017
- Library Launches labs.loc.gov September 19th, 2017
- An Invitation to an Adventure in Data Management and Curation at the National Transportation Library September 13th, 2017