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Daniel Gorman Jr.

Daniel Gorman Jr. is a historian, teacher, and consultant.

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This page lists supplementary training that I have completed outside of my academic coursework.

Licenses and Certifications

Professional Development

  • Certificate in Digital Curation, Library Juice Academy, awarded July 31, 2022, after completing six months of asynchronous coursework. https://certificates.libraryjuiceacademy.com/202207certs/daniel.gorman.dc.pdf.

  • Certificate of Completion, Workshop: “Advanced Oral History Training: Mastering the Interview—Techniques and Methods,” GIRES, Nov. 21, 2021.

  • Certificate of Completion, “Introduction to Metadata,” Library Juice Academy, Aug. 29, 2021, https://certificates.libraryjuiceacademy.com/202108/daniel.gorman.jr.202108.pdf.

  • University of Rochester Safe Space Training Certificate, valid for 2021–24.

  • Certificate of Completion, Course L120a, “Introduction to Audiovisual Archives Management,” Rare Book School, July 2021. Instructors: Steve Weiss and Erica Titkemeyer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  • Certificate of Completion, “Foundations of Genealogy I,” 16-hour course, Nov.–Dec. 2020. Instructor: Sydney F. Cruice Dixon. Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

  • Certificate of Achievement, “DH101: Introduction to Digital Humanities,” HarvardX (EdX), Nov. 2, 2020, https://courses.edx.org/certificates/679d7651c9cb49ff86c1a270009b8c68.

  • April 24, 2020: Certificate of Completion, “Getting Started With Oral History,” Feb. 5–12, 2020. Instructor: Stephen M. Sloan. Baylor University Institute for Oral History.

  • March 6, 2020: Certificate of Completion, Spring 2020 Programming for Humanists Course, Part I — “Digital Editions, Start to Finish,” January 17–March 6, 2020. Instructors: Drs. Laura Mandell and Diane K. Jakacki. Center of Digital Humanities Research, Texas A&M University.

  • April 7, 2019: “Graduate Students Workshop: Essential Professional Development Skills for Graduate School and Early Career.” Facilitators: Drs. Sara Georgini, Jerry Gonzalez, Carl Suddler, and Kate Duttro. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, April 7, 2019.

  • Fall 2014: Certificate of Completion, Digital Humanities Workshop Series, Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University.

  • Certificates of Course Completion, United States Institute of Peace: Interfaith Conflict Resolution (awarded Jun. 24, 2012) and Conflict Analysis (awarded Jun. 25, 2012).