Dulock's research includes areas from his former position as well as his more recent and current ones. His focus is primarily on digital collections & libraries. Current interests: assessing in-house library digitization programs at R1 universities; open-reel film digitization in libraries; IT environments/systems (storage, networks) around digitization programs; digitization labs as auxiliary/income-generating units; and repurposing & reuse of metadata in obsolete formats. He has secondary interests in: issues with creating and disseminating digital collections of human rights material; making 'hidden' collections available via digital libraries, such as materials housed in archives and special collections departments; collaboration between libraries and institutions (such as museums) for management and preservation of digital assets.
digital asset management, digital preservation, preservation storage, digital libraries, digital collections, hidden collections, digitization, digital images, digital media, media conversion, born-digital material, digital archives, project management, linked open data, institutional repositories, trusted repositories, metadata, controlled vocabularies and thesauri