Matthew Krc helps improve and maintain FRASER, the digital library of economic history. He has a background in digital library user interfaces and user experience as well as digital preservation, automation and emerging library technology.
Fletcher, C. D., Krc, M. (2018) “The Emblemata Politica in Context: A New Approach to Digital Facsimiles of Emblem Books.” Emblematica: Essays in Word and Image. Volume 2.
Krc, M., Wolfe J. (2019) “Scalar in the Library: Multimodal Research Aids and Crowdsourcing Projects” University of Southern California Scalar Summer Institute. Los Angeles, CA. June 27, 2019.
Krc, M., Wolfe J. (2018) “Supporting Digital Humanities on a Shoestring.” Presented at the University of Southern California’s Digital Humanities + Libraries series. Los Angeles, CA. October 1, 2018.
Clarke, M., Krc, M., Wolfe, J. (2018) “Diversifying Your Crowdsourcing Portfolio with Open-Source Software.” Museums and the Web 2018. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 18 – 21, 2018.
Clarke, M., Krc, M., Wolfe J. (2017) “Crowdsourcing, Curriculum, and Data Collection.” Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities & Computer Science. Chicago, IL. November 17 – 19, 2017.