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Alice W. Campbell

Portrait of Alice Campbell in front of book shelves. Pronouns She/Her.

Digital Outreach and Special Projects Librarian


(804) 828-7934
James Branch Cabell Library

M.A. in Art History, the University of Virginia
M.L.S., the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
B.A. in Religion, the University of Mary Washington

Alice Campbell shares interesting, provocative and historically significant materials from VCU Libraries’ collections through the internet. She creates online exhibits and manages digital projects such as the Social Welfare History Project, the Social Welfare History Image Portal, and the Freedom Now Project. Campbell also shares VCU Libraries’ materials through social media.

Before joining VCU Libraries, Campbell worked in special collections at Virginia Tech Libraries and Baylor University Libraries and in other positions at both university and public libraries.

She is currently interested in how people generate questions, and how websites might be designed to encourage curiosity and substantive engagement with historic materials.



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Richmond, VA 23284-2033
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