Digital Preservation Repository Program Director
Homer Babbidge Library
Digital Preservation Repository Program
Greg Colati is the Director of the Digital Preservation Repository Program, as well as the head of the Connecticut Digital Archive, a statewide preservation-oriented digital repository service for libraries, archives, museums, and memory institutions. Mr. Colati has more than 20 years of experience in archives and cultural heritage institutions. He is currently an adjunct Professor UConn’s department of Digital Media and Design and has taught courses in archives management/digital repositories at Simmons University GSLIS, the University of Denver and for the Society of American Archivists. Greg's current research focuses on connecting digital libraries and cultural heritage education, machine learning and handwriting recognition in historical repositories, and preserving non-traditional forms of scholarly expression.
Areas of Expertise
- Digital Libraries and Archives
- Digital Preservation Research in Scholarly Expression
- Research Data Management