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Korey Jackson

Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services

Phone: (541) 737-6384
Office room number: Valley Library 4183
Mailling Address: 121 The Valley Library , Oregon State University , Corvallis, OR 97331-4501
Websites: Korey Jackson

Brief CV

Education:

2010 | Ph. D. English Language and Literature. University of Michigan.
2005 | M.A. English Language and Literature. University of Michigan.
2003 | B.A. English (Minor: Linguistics). University of Colorado. magna cum laude,
honors in English.

Research and Professional Interests:

Research interests include: digital publishing, open access, digital humanities, dialect literature, 19th-century literature.

Pubs-presentations

Selected Publications:

“From Books to Bits: Humanities Data Publishing and Academic Librarianship,” with Matt Burton. In Getting the Word Out: Academic Libraries as Scholarly Publishers, edited by Maria Bonn and Mike Furlough. ALA/ACRL (forthcoming).

 

Selected Presentations:

“Anticipating New Models for Sustainability,” NFAIS Humanities Roundtable. September 2013.

“Introducing Anvil Academic: Modular Publishing for Digital Scholarship,” Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC). April 2013.

“Full-Court Press: Service-Oriented Publishing in the Library,” Society for Scholarly Publishing. Webinar. March 2013.

“Scaling and Sharing: Data Management in the Humanities,” Modern Language Association. January 2013.

“Publishing DH: Open Access and the Digital Humanities,” University of Alabama Digital Humanities Center. September 2012. (Invited)

“The Library’s Role in Introducing Digital Humanities,” Michigan Library Association. May 2012.

“Open Access Publishing,” Enriching Scholarship. University of Michigan. May 2012.

“2020 Vision: The Future of MPublishing,” University of Michigan Librarians’ Forum. March 2012.

“Open Access in the Academy,” University of Michigan School of Information. February 2012. (Invited)

“HASTAC and Digital Research Beyond Science and Engineering,” University of Michigan Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Days. December 2011. (Invited)

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