Jonathan Dorey


Jonathan Dorey is a Ph.D. candidate at the McGill University School of Information Studies in Montréal. His doctoral research focuses on the needs and expectations of history undergraduates with regards to access to digital archives. His primary fields of study are language and information, information behaviour, information and archival literacy, archival use and reuse. Since 2011, Jonathan has been an active participant to the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), a yearly summer institute on archival research and teaching held in the United States. He has also been lecturer at the McGill School of Information Studies and at Université de Montréal’s École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information. Jonathan holds an MLIS from McGill University (2010), a graduate certificate in website and software localization from
Université de Montréal (2008) and a bachelor’s degree in translation and East-Asian studies from Université de Montréal (2002). He is a certified translator since 2005. Jonathan has worked at BG Communications and Harris Interactive in Montréal as a professional translator, at Google Montréal as a local bilingual taxonomy specialist and at CEDROM-SNi as a librarian.