Bill Corey is the Research Data Management Librarian, the Librarian to the McIntire School of Commerce, and the liaison to the Department of Economics. Bill has been working for UVA for 27 years, the last 14 for the Library. He has supported the research process through central support operations in Clemons Library, LEO, management of the Ivy Annex, the Google Book Project, the Ivy Stacks Retrofit Project, and the Data Management Consulting Group.
He has completed several courses from The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) including Intellectual Property Management, the Advanced Course on Copyright and Related Rights, the Advanced Course on Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge (TK), and Traditional Cultural Expressions (TCEs), and Software Licensing including Open Source. He has earned certifications on several Microsoft SharePoint 2010 courses and is currently working on a certification from AIIM in Implementing Information Management with SharePoint and Office 365. He has a BA in Philosophy and a MS in Library and Information Studies.
He is now focused on how technology is changing libraries and the research process, and is working on research data management issues, including data storage and backups, security and encryption, privacy, and sharing.