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published: March 2004
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November 7, 2010

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Justine Richardson
Educational Technology Specialist
Michigan State University
310 Auditorium Building
East Lansing MI
48824 USA
Email: richa332@msu.edu

Justine Richardson is a documentary videomaker and educational media specialist, currently working at MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters and Social Sciences online at Michigan State University. Ms. Richardson serves as project director and manager for a number of MATRIX development and project activities including the Quilt Index and the Quilt Treasures projects. She has ten years experience in film and video production for public television, community development and non-profit organizations. For six years she worked at Appalshop, an Appalachian media arts center located in her hometown of Whitesburg, KY. There she produced several documentary productions including Girls' Hoops, a history of girls' basketball in Kentucky, which was broadcast on PBS in 2000. She grew up loving quilts and surrounded by excellent traditional quiltmakers in her community. Her academic background includes a bachelor's degree in art history from Yale University and a master's degree in American Studies from Michigan State University.

Justine will demonstrate Developing Collaborative Online Collections Using an Open Source Digital Repository: The Quilt Index Case Study