As Digital Scholarship Coordinator, based jointly in the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) and the Stanford University Libraries’ Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Reserach (CIDR), I support research and teaching in computational social sciences and digital humanities for the Stanford community along with other specialists. I also support CESTA’s projects and publications by leveraging the Libraries’ infrastructure and expertise. Additionally, I am responsible for maintaining and developing the Libraries’ digital humanities collection. Prior to joining Stanford Libraries, I was a program manager at U-C Santa Cruz and before that, I was the Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of Michigan Library.
- MS, Information, University of Michigan
- BA, English & Communication Studies, University of Michigan
ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Executive Committee Member-at-large 2017-2019
ACRL Digital Humanities Interest Group Incoming Co-convener 2017-2018
ORCID Technical co-Lead, Big Ten Academic Alliance ORCID User Group (April 2016-April 2018)
Digital Library Federation Forum Inclusivity Committee 2016
Pearce, Alexa and Caroline He, Russell Peterson, Karen Downing, Alix Keener, Jacqueline Freeman, Andrea Kang, Hilary Severyn, Elizabeth Yakel. “Capturing the Narrative: Understanding Qualitative Researchers’ Needs and Potential Library Roles.” Conference Proceedings of the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, March 2019.
Pearce, Alexa and Caroline He, Russell Peterson, Karen Downing, Alix Keener, Jacqueline Freeman, Andrea Kang, Hilary Severyn, Elizabeth Yakel. “Qualifying for Services: Investigating the Unmet Needs of Qualitative Researchers.” Conference Proceedings of the Library Assessment Conference, December 2018.
Keener, Alix. “The Arrival Fallacy: Collaborative Research Relationships in the Digital Humanities.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 9, no. 2 (2015).
Keener, Alix. “Library (Publishing) School: Training and Competencies for the New Publishing Professional.” The Journal of Electronic Publishing 17, no. 2 (2014). DOI: 10.3998/3336451.0017.206