This section provides links to some of my past research projects and other writings.

Blogs and Social Media

Day of Digital Archives

Born Digital Archives

The North Carolina Digital Collections Collaboratory

The Special Collections Staff Picks Blog

Ensuring Democracy Through Digital Access Project Blog

Articles and other written works

Gueguen, Gretchen. "Review of Evaluating and Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections." Literary and Linguistic Computing. (forthcoming).

AIMS Work Group. 2012. AIMS Born-Digital Collections: An Inter-Institutional Model for Stewardship,.

Gueguen, Gretchen. "Review of Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies for Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Archival Collections." Journal of Web Librarianship. 5: 1 (2011): 72-73.

Gueguen, Gretchen. "Digitized Special Collections and Multiple User Groups." Journal of Archival Organization. 8:2 (2010): 96-109. [Link to pre-print]

Gueguen, Gretchen. "Review of Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web." Journal of Web Librarianship. 4: 2 (2010): 292.

Gueguen, Gretchen and Ann Hanlon. "A Collaborative Workflow for Digitization of Unique Materials." Journal of Academic Librarianship. 35:5 (2009): 468-474. [Link to pre-print]

Gueguen, Gretchen. "Featured Collection: Joyner Library Digital Collections, East Carolina University." D-Lib Magazine 15:7/8 (2009).

Clement, Tanya, and Gretchen Gueguen. "Annotated Overview of Selected Electronic Resources." A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. Ed. Susan Schreibman and Ray Siemens. Oxford: Blackwell Press, 2008. 577-96.

Schreibman, Susan, Jennifer Roper and Gretchen Gueguen. "Cross-collection Searching: A Pandora's Box or the Holy Grail?" Literary and Linguistic Computing. 23.1(2008): 13-25.

Carignan, Yvonne, Janet Evander, Gretchen Gueguen, Ann Hanlon, Kate Murray, Jennifer Roper, Tony Ross, and Susan Schreibman. (2007). Best Practice Guidelines for Digital Collections at UM Libraries. College Park, MD: Office of Digital Collections and Research, University of Maryland.

Gueguen, Gretchen. (2007) Digital Imaging Primer. College Park, MD: Office of Digital Collections and Research, University of Maryland.

Gueguen, Gretchen, and Ann Hanlon, eds. The Library in Bits and Bytes: A Digital Publication. University of Maryland Libraries. March 2006.

Designing Search Parameters and Interface for the Letters of George Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy (A Collection of The Thomas MacGreevy Archive). Recipient of the University of Maryland, College of Information Studies' Dean's Award. May 2005.

Presentations and workshops

Collecting in the Moment.
Rare Book and Manuscripts Section, ALA Pre-conference (Minneapolis, MN, June 24, 2013).

Management of Incoming Born-Digital Special Collections. Online workshop for the Association of Southeastern Research Library's (ASERL) digital preservation webinar series on April 16, 2013. (audio)

Evaluating PREMIS in an Academic Research Library. Presentation with Ivey Glendon for the Association of College and Research Libraries conference. (Indianapolis, IN, April 13, 2013).

Do Digital Archivists Dream of Electronic Records? Scholar's Lab Speaker Series. (Charlottesville, VA, February 13, 2013). (audio)

Capturing the Zeitgeist. Presentation to University of Virginia library on project to create a social media archive related to the resignation and reinstatement of UVa president Teresa A. Sullivan.

Born Digital @ UVa.
Presentation for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) Spring Conference (Cape May, NJ, April 13, 2012).

Evaluating JPEG2000 for Cultural Heritage Organizations.
Presentation for Roadmap to JPEG2000 webinar for LITA (online, September 13, 2011).

CREW: Collecting Repositories and E-records Workshop.
Workshop with the AIMS partners
Society of American Archivists 2011 Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL, August 23, 2011).

Born-Digital Archives in Collecting Repositories: Turning Challenges into Byte-Size Opportunities.
Presentation with Peter Chan, Mark Matienzo and Simon Wilson.
Society of American Archivists (SAA) 2011 Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL, August 27, 2011).

Digital Curation, Round One.
Presentation for ACRL's Rare Book and Manuscript Section (RBMS) Pre-conference (Baton Rouge, LA, June 22, 2011).

Just Keep Clicking Till You Find It: Building a Library Digital Collection with Browsing in Mind
Presentation for the Library Information Technology Association (LITA) National Forum (Salt Lake City, UT, October 2 2009)

What Is Digital Collections [show]
Presentation for the Carolina Digital Library Archives (Chapel Hill, NC, May 20,2009)

The Sustainable Digital Library: An Ecosystem
Poster for the LAUNC-CH Research Forum (Chapel Hill, NC, May 20, 2009)
Poster Handouts

Crowdsourcing Digitization: Harnessing Workflows to Increase Output
Presentation with Ann Hanlon
Library Information Technology Association (LITA) National Forum (Cincinnati, OH, October 16-18 2008)

Digitization Best Practices and Workflows Workshop
Developed and facilitated with Bradley Daigle, Ann Hanlon, Elizabeth McAllister, Nadja Nassr, Karen Weiss
Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (Williamsburg, VA, November 1, 2007)

Not so Different After All-Creating Access To Diverse Objects in Digital Repositories
Presentation with Susan Schreibman and Jennifer Roper
Library Information & Technology Association (LITA) National Forum (Nashville, TN, October 27-29, 2006)

Scanning for Special Collections Workshop
Developed and facilitated with Yvonne Carignan, Ann Hanlon, and Elizabeth McAllister
UM Libraries special collections (College Park, MD, October 18, 2006)

Letters and Lacunae: Editing an Electronic Scholarly Edition of Correspondence.
Co-presentation with Susan Schreibman, Amit Kumar, and Ann Saddlemyer
Association for Computing in the Humanities (ACH)/Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC) Conference (Victoria, British Columbia, June 15-18, 2005)