HILLgroup is a collaboration between the library and instructional technology services.

For more information about the HILLgroup, please visit their page on the Hamilton College website at: http://www.hamilton.edu/hillgroup.

Kristin L. Strohmeyer

Reference and Outreach Librarian, Hamilton College

Kristin L. Strohmeyer is a Reference and Outreach Librarian at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Kristin is the departmental liaison for many humanities departments and history, providing instruction and research assistance to those faculty and students. She is also a member of the HILLgroup, and is actively involved in New Faculty and New Student Orientation. She currently serves on the ALA Library Instruction Roundtable Steering Committee, and is past-president of the Eastern New York Chapter of ACRL. Kristin received her B.A.

Carl Rosenfield

Educational Technologist, Hamilton College

Carl Rosenfield is an Educational Technologist specializing in web and emerging media. Most recently, he has worked on projects including Onno Oerlemans' Literature and Environment's blog writing project and Wyatt Galusky's Nature and Technology website project. He has also collaborated on other Hillgroup projects including Franklin Sciacca's DHi Migration of Dumplings website and mapping project. Interested in how technology can be used to support creative and critical thinking skills, Carl is always looking for ways that projects can enhance authentic learning.

Lynn Mayo

Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian, Hamilton College

Lynn Mayo is a reference and electronic resources librarian with over 30 years experience working in academic libraries. She holds M.S. in Library Science from the University of Kentucky. Lynn has been a part of most of the library's technology initiatives from the introduction of the first integrated online library system in 1989, to transitioning from a print-based to a digital research environment.

Reid Larson

Reference and User Experience Librarian, Hamilton College

Reid Larson is a reference and user experience librarian with a background in the museum and historic preservation fields. He has taught sessions for both the DHi’s summer CLASS course and the Introduction to Digital Humanities course first offered in the fall of 2012. He is currently providing advice and assistance for the DHi’s Beloved Witness project.

Ted Fondak

Educational Technologist, Hamilton College

Ted Fondak is an Educational Technologist and an enthusiastic collaborator in the efforts of the Digital Humanities Initiative: he is present for as much of their workshop programming as possible; he has assisted Frank Sciacca's Dumpling Migration project, DHi's CLASS program, Nathan Goodale's Archaeology of Hamilton's Founding project, Tom Wilson's Virtual Asian Temples project, and the New York 6 Digital Humanities collaboration; and he has taught in DHi-supported classes such as Technology in Education (EDUC250,) Introduction to the Digital Humanities (CNMS100,) and e-Black Studies (AFRS

Laura Festine

Reference and Document Delivery Librarian, Hamilton College

Laura Festine is a reference and document delivery librarian at Hamilton College. Her liaison areas are Anthropology, Psychology, and Women's Studies. Her interests include providing research support to students and faculty, critical pedagogy, and issues and trends in college libraries and higher education. Laura received her B.A. in Anthropology from St. Lawrence University and M.S. in Information Science from the University at Albany-SUNY.