The Digital Scholarship Team is part of the Library & Technology Services Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL). The team works with faculty and students using digital tools and technologies to interrogate and disseminate their course work and research. Examples of work include documentary audio and video, web sites, and spatial and data visualization (see recent featured projects).
The Team is located in E.W. Fairchild Martindale Library on the 5th floor. The Digital Media Studio and lab facilities are located on the 4th floor of the library.
Julia Maserjian – Digital Scholarship Manager. Julia collaborates with faculty to develop new course offerings that generate digital scholarship, apply digital methods and approaches to existing courses, and create, expand and improve upon new and existing faculty-led digital projects. She also teaches courses in areas of public humanities and documentary history, theory and practice. Julia’s office is in the E.W. Fairchild Martindale Library (EWFM), room 521 (610-758-2635).
Jeremy Mack - Geospatial Data and Visualization Specialist. Jeremy collaborates with faculty, staff, and students interested in data visualization, data management, and geographical information systems (GIS). He offers expertise working with the suite of ArcGIS programs offered under Lehigh's educational site license and programming in R, an open source programming language built for statistical computing and data visualization. Jeremy is located in EWFM room 523 (610-758-2944).
Rob Weidman – Senior Digital Scholarship Specialist. Rob works with faculty, students, and staff in the investigation, planning, implementation, promotion, testing, and assessment of technologies related to digital scholarship and projects. Examples of his work include his technical enhancements and integration for the Women of Bethlehem Steel and his faculty research and presentation partnership on The Vault at Pfaff’s. Rob is located in EWFM room 523 (610-758-3043).
Steve Lichak – Senior Media Production Specialist. Steve works with faculty, staff, and departments across campus in photography, video and audio recording, editing, duplication, UAS flight, and virtual reality productions. He provides support and instruction to classes in photography, video editing, recording, digitizing, and media streaming. He is responsible for many of the promotional and documentary videos produced for clients such as Zoellner Arts Center and the Alumni, Development and Community Outreach Offices. Steve’s office is located in the Digital Media Studio, EWFM (610-758-5023)
Jarret Brown –Media Production Specialist. Jarret consults with faculty, students, and staff to determine appropriate media needs. He provides support and instruction to classes in video editing, recording, digitizing, and media streaming. Jarret brings decades of audio expertise to his position, and specializes in audio production, podcasting and voiceover. He can be found in the Digital Media Studio, EWFM (610-758-3057) or in the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL), EWFM room 523 (610-758-3059)
Allen Kingsbury – Media Production Specialist. Allen consults with faculty, students, and staff to determine appropriate media needs. He provides instruction to classes and support in camera and equipment training, video fundamentals, video recording, video editing, photography, lighting, digitizing, and media streaming. Allen specializes in filmmaking, he is our resident expert on Final Cut Pro X and After Effects and he has some 3D animation software modeling skills. He also manages LTS’s library licensed film streaming collection in Ensemble and he provides classroom technology and event support with equipment consulation and equipment loans. He can be found in the Digital Media Studio EWFM ( (610-758-3057) or the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL), EWFM room 523 (610-758-3058).