Jill Strykowski has a rich background in image cataloging, archival digitization, information science and advanced research techniques. In addition to her career as an electronic resources librarian, Jill freelances as a web and graphics editor.

Jill specializes in working with faculty and students to conduct research and learning online. She is well-versed in issues of copyright for digital learners and emerging technologies for presenting educational materials online.

She is a native of Berkeley, California and spent her undergraduate years in Los Angeles. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California in 2006, with a BA in Art History and a minor in technical theater. She moved to New York City shortly after finishing this degree.

Jill has master's a degree in Library & Information Science (an MSLIS from Long Island University) and another in Archives & Public History (an MA from New York University).


Yeshiva University, YU Global
Information Systems Specialist
Iona College
Media and Digital Resources Librarian
The Foundation for Landscape Studies
Digital Conversion Specialist
Central Park Conservancy
Wildlife Conservation Society
Digital Asset Manager
New York University Libraries
Graduate Reference Assistant
New York University Press
Graduate Research Assistant
Frick Art Reference Library
Graduate Assistant for the Photoarchive
Macmillan Publishing
Title Coordinator (Operations/Inventory Department)
Landmark Ventures
Marketing and Research Coordinator


Long Island University: MS, Library & Information Science, ALA accredited (2011, with honors)
New York University: MA, Archives & Public History (2011)
University of Southern California: BA, Art History (2006, with honors)