Carlyn Osborn is a Librarian (Digital Collections Specialist) in the Digital Content Management Section at the Library of Congress. She graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology (2014) and from the University of Maryland College of Information Studies with a M.L.I.S., specializing in Archives and Digital Curation (2017). Carlyn has been involved with museums, libraries, and special collections since 2010 and is interested in the history of science, digital humanities, and data science. Prior to joining the Digital Content Management Section, Carlyn worked in the Geography and Map Division at the Library of Congress, where she founded the blog Worlds Revealed in 2015.
Most Recent Posts
- In a Web Archives Frame of Mind: Improving Access and Describing the Collections December 12th, 2019
- The Library of Congress joins the Digital Preservation Coalition December 10th, 2019
- What can you find in 1.7 million phone book images? November 14th, 2019
- Resilience in the Commons: Acquiring and Preserving Open Access Latin American Monographs April 29th, 2019
- Science Blogs Web Archive September 17th, 2018