Moore Contributes Chapter to Report on 3D/VR in Academic Libraries

In February, the Council on Library and Information Resources released a report called3D/VR in the Academic Library: Emerging Practices and Trends, which “examines the use of three dimensional (3D) and virtual reality (VR) technologies in research and teaching, and the library’s vital role in supporting this work.” Jennifer Moore, along with her co-PIs from the Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation (CS3DP) project, wrote a chapter for the report on developing agreement for 3D standards and practices based on community needs and values. Check out the news release and full report.

About the author

As the Head of Data Services at Washington University in St. Louis, Moore directs services in digital data management, curation, analysis, visualization, literacies, and GIS. She was a co-PI on the IMLS grant, Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation (CS3DP), which continues to bring stakeholders together to establish agreement on how to make 3D data long-lasting (book forthcoming); a partner and curator in the Data Curation Network (DCN), which has created a shared curation model for institutions; a co-PI on the IMLS Specialized Data Curation Workshop grant, which is focused on training curators in DCN methods; and the WashU Representative for the Research Data Alliance, an international organization addressing research data. Moore is program faculty in International and Area Studies and a GIS instructor in the UCollege.