Beth Thompson

Beth J Thompson graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a BA in music education. Following a career as an elementary music educator, she continued her studies at Kent State University in Ohio, where she earned two master’s degrees, one in music performance and the other in library and information science. While in Ohio, she interned for Oberlin Conservatory’s Special Collections, cataloging rare and unique books in the Selch Collection of American Music History. In 2011, the newly built Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Library and Archives in Cleveland, Ohio, hired her as a project cataloger where she helped catalog and prepare the library’s physical collection for use prior to the library’s opening. In 2012, she accepted the position as the Digital Formats and Metadata Librarian for Randall Library at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. She also serves the University as the Music Liaison Librarian and Government Documents Cataloger. In her position, she has been involved with a variety of digital collections including Cape Fear Surfing Archive, Art in Randall Library, and the local institutional repository Seahawk DOCKS.

There are 1 included publications by Beth Thompson :

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A collaborative digital oral history collection: Building a digital collection of student scholarship documenting Latino Americans in southeast North Carolina 2017 18 A collaborative oral history project was recently completed at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) by students enrolled in a Spanish seminar course and library faculty and staff members at the University. The course, ‘Hispanics in N.C....