As Systems and Discovery Librarian at the University of Puget Sound, Hilary provides leadership to support digital and technology services to enable research, teaching, and learning programs in the library.
Prior to coming to the Collins Library, Hilary was the metadata librarian at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida; a senior reference assistant at the University of Washington Tacoma; worked with the Japanese art and culture books at the Seattle Asian Art Museum; and worked with educational and historic materials at the Appaloosa Museum in Moscow, Idaho.
“Ways and Means toward a Digital Projects Committee”
Guest speaker at the Digital Library Federation Forum, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2015
“From Can of Worms to Online Collection: Digitizing the Oral Histories of the Tacoma Community History Project.”
Guest speaker at the Northwest Online Conference at Oregon State University. 2013
“Seattle Cultures and Global Human Resources.”
Guest speaker at the Seattle is Global Conference at the Seattle University. 2010
Review of the book Sustainability of Scholarly Information by G.G. Chowdhury. Collection Management. 2015
Review of the book Making the Move to RDA: a Self-Study Primer for Catalogers by Chamya Pompey Kincy. Library Resources & Technical Services. 2014
Review of the Native Peoples of Northern Great Plains Online Digital Images Database. College & Research Libraries News 2014
Review of the book Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata by Philip Hider. Library Resources & Technical Services 2014
Review of the book Iroquois Art, Power, and History by Neal B. Keating. ARLIS Reviews. 2012