Jeffrey Pomerantz


Jeffrey Pomerantz, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Analyst for the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR). He is a principal investigator on a number of ECAR research projects, including the annual Faculty and Information Technology and Student and Information Technology studies, the bi-annual study of the Workforce project, and several others.

Prior to joining ECAR, Dr. Pomerantz was a tenured Associate Professor in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for over a decade. He has also been an adjunct instructor for a significant percentage of the other Information Science programs around the world. He has taught courses on research methods, program evaluation, digital libraries, and metadata. He also developed and taught a popular Coursera MOOC about metadata. Pomerantz is an extensively published scholar; see his website for a complete list of his publications. He author of the book Metadata, part of the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series, and an Associate Editor of the Open Access Directory, a project of the Berkman Center's Harvard Open Access Project. Pomerantz earned his Ph.D. from the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, and his MS(LIS) from Simmons College.

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • CIOs Do It All
    • Blog

    Research has shown that the CIO role is more prevalent and more important in higher education than ever. The scope of CIOs’ responsibility is remarkably consistent across institutions — largely because they have responsibility for nearly everything.

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