Jacqueline E. Chapman
Jacqueline coordinates the digitization of collections items from across the Libraries, with a focus on contributions to the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL). She works directly with special collections, preservation, and cataloging staff as part of the Libraries' rare book digitization workflow. Jacqueline often interfaces with patrons of Smithsonian Libraries as well as users of the BHL, fulfilling digitization requests and addressing metadata enhancement queries. She serves on committees and working groups relating to the Digital Library, Digitization, Libraries Metrics, Archival Materials, and the Adopt-a-Book Program.
In 2016, Jacqueline was selected as one of 18 participants in Collective Wisdom: Libraries, Archives, and Museums, a conference exchange cohort as part of a nation-wide competitive application process. Collective Wisdom focused on strengthening the connections across archives, museums, and libraries for continuing education and professional development (CE/PD) and breaking down barriers between sectors. This opportunity was coordinated and funded through the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries and Museums, via the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). For more information: http://www.coalitiontoadvancelearning.org/projects
Jacqueline received an MSLS (Concentration in Archives and Records Management) from the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she also earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership from the School of Social Work. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT), where she graduated with Honors from the College of Letters.