Digital Preservation specialist with a background in Mediterranean archaeology. Master's Degree in Classical Archaeology from the University of Colorado Boulder and Bachelor's in Archaeology and Classics from the University of Florida. Currently pursuing a MA in Library and Information Science with an emphasis in Digital Curation.
Rachel is also currently serving as the President-Elect of the Chicano/Latino Faculty & Staff Association and also a Service Representative for the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) for the Tempe campus.
Boyer, D., Fernandez, R., Lassere, M., McIntosh, M., Moore, J., McManamon, F., Rozo, A., Swanson, T.P., Webbink, K. (2022) Management and Storage of 3D Data. In 3D Data Creation to Curation: Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation. Association of College & Research Libraries. https://bit.ly/ACRL3Ddata
Nicholson, C., Fernandez, R. and Irwin, J. (2021). Digital Archaeological Data in the Wild West: the challenge of practising responsible digital data archiving and access in the United States, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.22
Fernandez, R. (2019). Digital Curation of Photogrammetric Data. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM. tDAR id: 451423; https://doi.org/10.6067/XCV8451423
McManamon, F., Fernandez, R., and Ellison, L.A. (2017). Access, Use/Reuse, and Preservation of Data and Information Using tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record). Presented at Army Reserve Mission Resilience and Sustainability (ARMRS), Arizona State University, Tempe. tDAR id: 439701; https://doi.org/10.6067/XCV83B62SP