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Patrick Rashleigh

Data Visualization Coordinator, Brown University

Patrick Rashleigh is the Data Visualization Coordinator at the Brown University Library, where he creates, teaches, supports, and advocates for visual scholarship. He also oversees the Patrick Ma Digital Scholarship Lab, a space for experimenting with large-format imagery and collaborative processes. Patrick has an extended interest in engaging with faculty and the educational community around the use of technology in the curriculum. He was selected to participate in the NEH "One Week | One Tool" institute that yielded Anthologize (2010), which enables scholars to format and publish their academic blogs as e-books. He is a founding member and coordinated the user experience design of the TAPAS Project, a platform for publishing, archiving, and visualizing scholarly texts encoded in the TEI standard. Prior to working in higher education, Patrick was the Senior New Media coordinator for the Attorney General of Ontario, overseeing the ministry website and electronic communications. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and a Masters of Arts in Ethnomusicology.