Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication
- Zimmerman Library B25
- (505) 277-0006
Amy Winter joined University Libraries in December 2015, transferring from the UNM Cancer Center. She manages multiple projects for the Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication program, including the mass digitization of more than 12,000 historical theses and dissertations produced at UNM. Amy oversees UNM's Digital Repository, the Searchable Ornithological Research Archive, and the digital humanities project And Yet She Persisted: Documenting Women's Lives in New Mexico. She assists patrons with New Mexico's Digital Collections and digital humanities projects using Omeka. She has many years of experience in records/data management and web development.
Amy earned an MPA from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, and a BA in Spanish from Bryn Mawr College. She is currently working on a Professional Development Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies at UNM. Her research interests include women's and feminist history, and she enjoys reading, knitting and doodling in her spare time.