Terry Ehling

  • strategist-at-large

I am Associate Director, Publisher Relations and Content Development, Project MUSE. Prior to my appointment at the Johns Hopkins University Press, I was the scholarly communications strategist at Cornell University Library, where I helped to set and implement an innovative, cost-effective publishing agenda for the university. I served as the Executive Director of Project Euclid from 2003–2008. I was responsible for the administration and overall management of the Project--a complex, collaborative, non-profit on-line journal publishing initiative for mathematics and statistics. Project Euclid is now a joint venture of Cornell University Library and Duke University Press. Before coming to Cornell, I was Director of the Digital Projects Lab (DPL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The DPL’s primary focus was on the design and cost-effective implementation of scholarly on-line communities, such as CogNet (2000) and ArchNet (2001). I was a member of the MIT’s OpenCourseWare management team during its pilot phase.