I work at Montana State University Libraries. The writings and thoughts contained in this blog are in no way associated with Montana State University or Montana State University Libraries. The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of myself, Jason A. Clark.
Jason A. Clark builds digital library applications and sets digital content strategies for Montana State University Libraries. He writes and presents on a broad range of topics ranging from XML and copyright to interface design and metadata.
Jason first became interested in the intersection between libraries and technology while working as a web administrator for the Division of Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin. After two years, he moved on to lead the web services department at Williams College Libraries. It was here that he began to apply cataloging principles for search and retrieval in general library applications.
When he’s not thinking about metadata, Jason likes to hike the mountains of Montana with his wife, Jennifer, and their dog, Oakley.