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Andromeda Yelton is a software engineer and librarian. Currently, she is at the Berkman Klein Center and the San José State University iSchool; in the past she has written code for the MIT Libraries, the Wikimedia Foundation, bespoke knitting patterns and library space usage analytics, among other things.

Previously, she was a jack of all trades at the open-licensed-ebook startup Unglue.it; taught Latin to middle school boys; and was a member of the Ada Initiative advisory board. She has a BS in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College, an MA in Classics from Tufts, and an MLS from Simmons. She’s a 2010 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing awardee, a 2011 ALA Emerging Leader, and a 2013 Library Journal Mover & Shaker. She is a former president of the Library & Information Technology Association, and a past listener contestant on Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me.


Projects & Tools

Lumen

Lumen collects and studies online content removal requests, providing transparency and supporting research and analysis of the Web's notice and takedown ecosystem, in terms of who… More


News

HAMLET
Sep 28, 2018

Hamlet: What About Machine Learning Enhancing Theses?

Berkman Klein Center software engineer Andromeda Yelton shares a new tool ("extremely in alpha") that uses machine learning to power experimental, exploratory interfaces to the… More


Community

BKC Medium Collection

Lumen — The Year in Review

The Lumen project’s annual report highlights the technical improvements, research, outreach, and data collection from the last year.

Oct 14, 2020
KBZK.com

Bozeman Computer Museum gets a boost from surprised visitor

There’s a special room dedicated to women in computing. Yelton posted a selfie of herself in the room, posting: “Yes, I am totally taking a selfie in this particular exhibit.”

Nov 14, 2018

Events

Event
Oct 2, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Software for the Social Good

with the BKC Geek Team & friends

VIDEO & PODCAST: Learn how the Berkman Klein Center's geek team builds the amazing tools that help us study the Internet and advance the public interest. More