Digital and Audiovisual Archivist
Bodeene manages the ingest, arrangement, description, and preservation of digital archival materials. She collaborates with other Special Collections archivists on the appraisal, acquisition, arrangement, description, and preservation of digital archival materials, and develops workflows for the processing of digital and audiovisual archival materials.
MLIS & Graduate Certificate in Archival Studies Candidate, Louisiana State University
Digital Archives Specialist Certificate, Society of American Archivists, 2020
M.Ed. (Montessori Education), University of Hartford, 2018
Information and Library Science Certificate, University of Maine, 2015
Documentary Production Graduate Diploma, Algonquin College, 2010
BA (History), Carleton University, 2008
About Special Collections
The mission of Special Collections is to collect, steward, and preserve materials that document the Central Shenandoah Valley as well as the institutional history of James Madison University. Special Collections also serves as the Libraries’ repository for rare and unique materials.
The Preservation office within Special Collections provides book and paper conservation for rare and archival collections as well as book repair for the Libraries’ circulating collections.
Our team works to support teaching and scholarship with primary source materials and to promote primary source literacy within teaching and learning at JMU and the wider community of researchers. Special Collections materials and services are available to the public.