Spencer D. C. Keralis is Director for Digital Scholarship with the Digital Scholarship Co-Operative at the University of North Texas. Spencer's current research focuses on representations of children and animals in antebellum American literature and material culture; and on the implications of social media for humanities teaching and learning. Spencer served as a Council on Library & Information Resources Postdoctoral Fellow in Academic Libraries with the UNT Libraries from 2011-2012. Spencer held a Legacy Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society, and an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship at the Library Company of Philadelphia. His article, "Pictures of Charlotte: The Illustrated Charlotte Temple and Her Readers" won Book History's 2010 Essay Prize; another article,"Feeling Animal: Pet-Making and Mastery in The Slave'Â™s Friend"Â is forthcoming in the fall of 2012 in a special issue of American Periodicals on children'Ã‚Â™s periodicals. In the UNT Libraries, Spencer is engaged in research on data management policies and practices across the disciplines through two grant-funded initiatives: the DataRes Project (http://datamanagement.unt.edu) sponsored by the Institute of Museum and Library Services; and the CLIR Scholarly Practices in Data Curation project, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.