My name is Neal Stimler. I take an interdisciplinary approach to humanistic scholarship that is informed by art history, cultural studies, digital technology and museology. I am interested in digital humanities, digital scholarship and digital strategy for museums. I am a GLAM advocate and seek to facilitate connections between archives, libraries, museums and Wikimedians. My contributions focus on adding citations, data and digital assets. Leave a message on my talk page or contact me at my personal website or on Twitter @nealstimler
Conflict of Interest Statement
I, User:Nealstimler, am an employee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, a cultural institution per WP:GLAM. I accept the editing conditions specified at that page. I will not make edits that would not be beneficial to the goals of Wikimedia.
My main edits tend to consist of the following activities:
- Adding authoritative citations, data and digital assets to improve the quality of existing Wikimedia platforms.
- Updating project pages related to GLAM and to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
I will modify my editing behavior based on problems cited by other editors or if my editing conflicts with other Wikimedia guidelines. I ask that other editors contact me, via my user talk page, if I appear to be going against this declaration. I appreciate all those helping me with my contributions.
Member - August 2012 to May 2013 GLAM-Wiki US Consortium advisory group
GLAMCamp NYC - May 20-21, 2011 []
Luce and Lunder Edit-a-thon - Friday, July 19, 2013 Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/LuceLunder
Wikiconference USA "GLAM-Wiki tour of the Metropolitan Museum" - May 28, 2014 Wikipedia:GLAM/Metropolitan_New_York_Library_Council/Events
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Selections from the Guggenheim Collection - May 19, 2015 Wikipedia:Meetup/Guggenheim_Museum_May_2015
Met Open Access Edit-a-Thon - May 21, 2017 Wikipedia:Meetup/NYC/Met
Met Open Access Artworks Challenge - May 15-June 30, 2017 []
WikiProject Metropolitan Museum of Art Wikipedia:GLAM/Metropolitan_Museum_of_Art