The library's Technology Assistance Center provides a number of laptops that can be borrowed by students. This application creates a public display that shows the number of laptops currently available.
Customized an open source application that creates a visual record of how the library's information kiosk is being used.
The Curriculum Materials Center contains a collection of PreK-12 instructional resources, including a makerspace with stations for 3D doodling/printing/scanning/modeling, book binding, paper-crafting, stamping, painting, prototyping, and sewing. This application assists students and staff in documenting projects completed in the makerspace using descriptions, photos, and inventories of resources consumed.
Documents the various occurrences of customer service provided by the library's Curriculum Materials Center.
There are over one hundred computers in the library that are available for student use. This application provides detailed reporting on how these computers are actually used, by date, time, device type, machine, and location. This information has a number of uses, including identifying malfunctioning machines and establishing justification for new computers as needed. The library's application was written in house to replace an expensive proprietary system.
Graphical display of several modes of service provided by the library.
Drupal is the library's open source content management system. I migrated 12 different websites from Drupal version 6 to Drupal version 7.
Provides quick access to my personal collection of programming reference e-books.
Enhanced the ability of the librarians to customize certain features in the library's content management system.
Ticketing app to manage problems with the library's electronic resources.