Jerome McDonough

Assoc. Professor
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Participates in 1 Session

Dr. McDonough has been on the faculty of the Graduate School of Library & Information Science since 2005.  His research focuses on socio-technical aspects of digital libraries, with a particular focus on issues of metadata and description as well as digital preservation of complex media and software.  Prior to joining the faculty at GSLIS, Dr. McDonough served as the head of the Digital Library Development Team for New York University.   He has also been an active participant in metadata standards activities for digital libraries, having served as chair of the METS Editorial Board, as well as serving on the NISO Standards Development Committee and on the ODRL International Advisory Board.  Most recently, his research has included heading the Preserving Virtual Worlds initiative and collaborating with researchers at Carnegie Mellon University on the Olive Executable Archive for software preservation.

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