Lisa Tweten

As one of the project mangers, Lisa is the heart of the project. She works with Digital Humanities to photograph the MacGregor squeeze collection.

FSTS or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fundraising

We do a lot of fundraising here at FSTS. If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you have probably been inundated with notices about our latest initiative, the Instructional Skills Workshop series. It may seem like we’re constantly asking for money and if you don’t know the behind-the-scenes details,…

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How We Spent Our Summer Vacation

Like ducks on a pond, our site may have been quiet over the summer but we were madly churning away, digitizing new collections, creating teaching modules and getting our army of awesome volunteers enough work to keep them satisfied. We also had another summer of paid positions, funded by our…

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From WTF to ATL

This post was written by Emma Hilliard, one of From Stone to Screen’s Digitization Assistants.    My first few weeks with From Stone to Screen were a roller coaster. On the one hand, I was thrilled to be part of a student-initiated project with such a cool purpose: digitizing epigraphic…

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Better, Faster, Stronger: Our Work is Never Over

Spring is an odd time for students. The rhythm of the year is ingrained over the years; spring is crunch time, deadlines, essays, exams, and finishing up. It’s graduation and goodbyes. It stands in sharp contrast to the outside world, which is blossoming forth and just warming up to summer adventures…

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