Information School, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dorothea Salo is a Distinguished Faculty Associate in the iSchool at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She teaches "Introduction to Digital Information" and "Code and Power" in the undergraduate Digital Studies program, as well as courses on metadata, linked data, database design, and introductory information security on the master's level. She is a co-investigator for the Data Doubles research project (datadoubles.org) on student attitudes toward privacy in learning analytics. She has written and presented internationally on privacy, scholarly publishing, copyright, linked data, and digital preservation. She holds an MA in Library and Information Studies and another in Spanish from UW-Madison.
Keywords: libraries, archives, records management, learning analytics, educational technology