CV

Education
2010 | Ph. D. English Language and Literature. University of Michigan.
Dissertation: Literatures of Language: A Literary History of Linguistics in Nineteenth- Century America
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.

Employment
2013 – present | Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services, Oregon State University
2012 – 2013 | American Council of Learned Societies Public Fellow, Anvil Academic Publishing
2011 | Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral
Fellow, MPublishing, University of Michigan
2010 – 2011 | Lecturer I, Department of English, University of Michigan
2004 – 2010 | Graduate Student Instructor, Department of English, University of
Michigan
2009 | Reviewer, Early English Books Online – Text Creation Partnership

Awards & Fellowships
2012 | American Council of Learned Societies Public Fellowship
2012 | Society for Scholarly Publishing Early Career Travel Grant
2011 | Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Fellow
2009 | Department of English Mueschke Fellowship, University of Michigan.
2008 | Rackham Thesis Grant, University of Michigan.
2008 | Rackham One-term Research Fellowship, University of Michigan.
2006 – 2007 | Rackham Research Candidacy Fellowship, University of Michigan.
2003 | Department of English First-Year Fellowship, University of Michigan.

Refereed Publications
“Archival APIs: 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. ACRL (2015). http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/publications/booksanddigitalresources/digital/9780838986981_getting_OA.pdf

“More than Gatekeeping: Close-up on Open Access Evaluation in the Humanities.” College and Research Libraries News. (November 2014). http://crln.acrl.org/content/75/10/542.full

“Watching the Detectives: Review’s Past and Present,” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.4 (2014). doi:10.7264/N38W3BK9

Selected Online Writing
News and Updates for Anvil Academic, October 2012 – October 2013.

‘Going Meta’: Anvil Academic’s Built Upon Series,” CLIR Issues Number 90, November/December 2012.

Once More with Feeling: How MLA Found its Heart,” MPublishing Blog, January 2012.

Thoughts on THATCamp Publishing,” MPublishing Blog, November 2011.

Writing History in the Digital Age: Rethinking Peer Review,” digitalculturebooks News, October 2011.

Digital Practitioner Series: An Interview with Mark Sample,” digitalculturebooks News, October 2011.

Publishing Presentations 
“Evaluating the Quality of Open Access Content,” ACRL/SPARC Forum at American Library Association Annual Conference. July 2014

“Aligning 21st Century Skills Across Publishing Communities,” Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting. May 2014.

“Selection and the ‘Library List’,” Library Publishing Coalition Forum. March 2014.

“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)

Humanities Presentations
“Introducing Digital Humanities,” University of Michigan Teaching and Technology Collaborative, November 2011.

“Linguistic Patriotism: Washington Irving’s A Tour on the Prairies and American Indian Philology,” Annual Conference of the American Literature Association, May 2009.

“The Dialect of Outcry: William Apess and the Experiences of Five Christian Indians of the Pequot Tribe,” Annual Conference of the Northeast Modern Language Association, April 2008.

“Languages of Difference: Aestheticization and Early Native American Linguistics,” Annual Conference of the Nineteenth Century Studies Association, February 2007.

Opening remarks, “Language Awareness: Public Rhetoric and Proactive Programs.” Public lecture by Walt Wolfram, Professor of English, Linguistics, North Carolina State University. April 2006.

Professional Activities
2013 – present | Board member, Library Publishing Coalition
2012 – present | Member, Society for Scholarly Publishing
2012 | Advisory board member, College of Literature, Science and the Arts “Translation” Theme Semester, University of Michigan
2011 – present | Member, Modern Language Association
2011 | Conference planning committee member, HASTAC V (Annual conference of the Humanities, Arts, Sciences, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory
2009 – present | Member, American Literature Association
2007 – present | Member, Nineteenth Century Studies Association.
2007 – present | Member, Northeast Modern Language Association.
2005 – 2007 | Co-coordinator. Language and Rhetorical Studies Group (University of Michigan 
English Department).

Teaching Experience
University of Michigan, Lecturer I, 2010- 2011
Courses designed and taught include English 125, “Roadmaps for College Writing”; English 297: “The Performances of Poetry’; and English 298, “Signs of the Times: Literary Pasts and Futures.”

University of Michigan, Graduate Student Instructor, 2005-2010
Courses designed and taught include: English 124, “Introduction to Literary Analysis”; English 125, “Roadmaps for Writing”; and English 225, “The Academic Argument.”

Languages / Skills
Languages: Reading and communication proficiency in Spanish; reading proficiency in German.

Computer Languages: XML, HTML, CSS, Markdown.

Other Skills: Web design, graphic design; support-level knowledge of a range of office suites and publishing tools on Apple and Windows operating systems; proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite; social media communication (Twitter: @koreybjackson, @AnvilAcademic; and Facebook); proficiency with web-publishing platforms, including WordPress (CommentPress, PressBooks), Scalar, and Omeka.