Jacqueline's role in the library
Jacqueline Hettel is responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining a variety of digital library projects and products for hText Services (Humanities TextServices). These projects often involve maintaining and improving existing technologies in digital humanities, social sciences, and the digital library. She also works collaboratively with fellow librarians and technology specialists outside of DIG on new library projects, while also integrating and developing applications and tools to support a variety of library goals. Please contact her if you are interested in learning more about textual research and resources available to you from the library.
Member Association for Computers and the Humanities (2013 - Present)
Member American Dialect Society (2011 - Present)
- Honorary Presidential Award Membership (2012 - 2015)
Member Linguistic Society of America (2008 - Present)
- Graduate Student Representative to Committee on Status of Women in Linguistics (2008 - 2010)
More about Jacqueline
I received my Ph.D. in English from the University of Georgia in May 2013 and was the Chief Research Assistant for the Linguistic Atlas Projects. This experience prepared me for many of the projects I currently work on at Stanford that involve the development of sustainable web-based tools and resources for legacy data. I am also an active researcher in the field of corpus linguistics am interested in its application to domains outside of the classroom: i.e. the academic research library or the corporate boardroom.