As Head of Web Services for UofL Libraries, I promote independent learning by creating web experiences that help people find what they need with as few obstacles as possible.
My research interests include democratization of information on local history via digital tools, web design in libraries, user experience, and branding.
Holtze, Terri, Rachel Howard, Randy Kuehn, Rebecca Pattillo, and Elizabeth E. Reilly. "Overcoming Legacy Processing in Photographic Collections through Collaboration and Digital Technologies." Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 14, no. 2 (2018): 133-50.
Fox, Heather, Terri Holtze, and Randy Kuehn. "Streamlining Delivery of Online Oral History Metadata through LibGuides." Practical Technology for Archives 7 (2017).
Daniels, Caroline, Terri Holtze, Rachel I. Howard, and Randy Kuehn. "Community as Resource: Crowdsourcing Transcription of an Historic Newspaper." Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 26, no. 1 (2014): 36-48.
Holtze, Terri L. "The Web Designer's Guide to Color Research." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 11, no. 1: 87-101. (2006): https://doi.org/10.1300/J136v11n01_07.