The list of projects and grants contain those that fall outside of normal client-related or organizational activities, and can generally be considered large-scale specialized efforts that cross organizational, institutional, and/or industry boundaries.

  • Interent2/Blackboard Net+ Service Validation Project
    (2014) Project with Internet2 to define and offer a Blackboard service through the Net+ program. Joint effort with Blackboard, Internet2, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Texas – Arlington, University of Maryland – Baltimore County, and Cornell University.
  • Education 2020 Project
    (2013) Member of the Blackboard corporate strategy team that concentrated on the impact and future of mobile on education and the evolution of the company and its products, technologies, and services.
  • Bamboo Planning Project
    (2008-2010) Co-Principal Investigator and Co-Director. Project Bamboo is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary and international planning effort to bring together faculty, researchers, computer and information scientists, librarians and campus information technologists to collectively tackle the question of how a diverse community of scholars and professionals can enhance arts and humanities research through the development of global, cloud-based and enterprise-grade shared technology services. Joint $2.4M project with the University of California, Berkeley and funded in part ($1.3M) by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
  • Enterprise Service Bus Evaluation Project
    (2006-2007) Project to explore the application of and requirements for an enterprise service bus that would apply both to academic and administrative information technology needs. Led by Carnegie-Mellon University and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
  • Humanities Computing Roundtable Project
    (1998-2002) Joint effort with the University of Chicago and Northwestern University to explore technology use in the humanities.
  • Sun Microsystems Technology Grant
    (1998-1999) Hardware grant to explore the use of thin-client technology in teaching and learning.
  • IBM SUR Grant for Internet Applications
    (1996) Participated in a joint award with Argonne National Laboratory to explore Internet technologies and services. Implemented the docuSPACE system (see below) as part of the project.
  • docuSPACE
    (1995-1997) Project Manager. Developed with Valerie Archambeau and Elizabeth Bartley. Conceived, developed and implemented a metadata-driven Web-based knowledge management and publication workflow system for self-guided user support and IT help desk services.
  • Scribe© Manuscript Viewing Environment
    (1994-1996) Software Developer. Created in conjunction with the Electronic Beowulf Project and the British Library; co-authored with Kathryn Powell and Deborah Coombs (University of Notre Dame). Pilot to develop a Macintosh-based tool for viewing and annotating medieval manuscripts; some functionality was incorporated into Kevin Kiernan’s Electronic Beowulf CD-ROM (London and Ann Arbor: The British Library and the University of Michigan Press, 1999). Funded in part by the University of Notre Dame.