Madison Sullivan is a Graduate Assistant at the Instructional Technology and Design Office within the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She currently facilitates LEEP online courses through Blackboard Collaborate, provides technical support to students and faculty, and hosts workshops on information technology. Previously, Madison was a Digital Archives Intern at the Missouri History Museum Library and Research Center in St. Louis, MO where she worked on archives processing, digitization projects, and developed finding aids regarding local history.

Madison earned her BA in Art History from Webster University, completing study in Austria and Italy while writing her senior research thesis. Currently, Madison is attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for her MS in Library and Information Science (LIS). While she is interested in all aspects of LIS, she intends to focus her degree on archives and utilizing technology in information architecture and representation.

Madison intends to work with special collections, museums, government agencies, and academia to further expand information access and literacy.

You are encouraged to contact Madison on:
Twitter: @lilabirdie
Linkedin: LinkedIn