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Mēgan A Oliver

Digital Collections Curator


I’m your campus curator of digital collections.   I oversee the analog-to-digital conversion of archival collections, especially senior projects (1973-2010) and the Library’s 35mm slide collection.  Once converted, cataloged, and digitally published, both serve as excellent scholarly resources for teaching or research. 

My office, the Digital Collections Center, is located in the Library on the first floor, nested in the Digital Media Zone (DMZ). Please call or email if you have any questions about my work.

-Megan Oliver


“Programming Special Collections: A Case Study of John Ringling’s Personal Art Library”. Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America, 2016, 35:1, p.164-171. University of Chicago Press.

The John Ringling Rare Book Room

Youth Programs at the Ringling

Exhibitions / Performances

I have curated and coordinated rare book and artist book exhibitions,  as well as digital exhibitions highlighting unique archives, non-copyrighted materials, and scholarly resources. Examples of digital exhibitions are listed below.

Ringling Museum: Library Archives

Ringling Museum Rare Books

Purchase College Library: Digital Collections Exhibitions

Professional Development Activities

  • New England Archivists 
  • Art Librarians Society of North America
  • Archivist’s Roundtable of Metropolitan New York
  • National Digital Stewardship Alliance
  • Ephemera Society of America