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Terry Paul Reese, Jr., MLIS

  • Associate Professor, University Libraries
    The Ohio State University

Most Recent Journal Articles

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  • Reese, Terry. "Editorial: New Year Resolutions." Code4Lib Journal. Vol. 31, (Jan 2016): 1. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/11316. (Published). Reese, Terry Editorial: New Year Resolutions Code4Lib Journal Other Editor-Review As the Coordinating Editor, I write the editorial introduction for the issue. journal.code4lib.org
  • Shieh, Jackie and Reese, Terry. "The Importance of Identifiers in the New Web Environment and Using the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) in Subfield Zero ($0): A Small Step That Is Actually a Big Step." Journal of Library Metadata. Vol. 15, no. 3-4. (Oct 2015): 208-226. (Published). Shieh, Jackie and Reese, Terry The Importance of Identifiers in the New Web Environment and Using the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) in Subfield Zero ($0): A Small Step That Is Actually a Big Step Journal of Library Metadata Journal Article Peer-Review This was a collaborative research project with faculty at George Washington University. I created the software and process for doing the data conversions, and wrote the introduction, and approximately 1/2 (page 5 forward) of the manuscript. 10.1080/19386389.2015.1099981 DOI
  • Reese, Terry. "Editorial: A Brand New Year." Code4Lib Journal. Vol. 27, (Jan 2015): 1. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/10375. (Published). Reese, Terry Editorial: A Brand New Year Code4Lib Journal Other Editor-Review As the Coordinating Editor, I write the editorial introduction for the issue. journal.code4lib.org
  • Reese, Terry. "Using MarcEdit to bridge the distance between AACR2 and RDA." Journal of Library Metadata. Vol. 14, no. 3-4. (Oct 2014): 281-297. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19386389.2014.977731. (Published). Reese, Terry Using MarcEdit to bridge the distance between AACR2 and RDA Journal of Library Metadata Journal Article Peer-Review This article is the result of over a year of original research, including the development of a new migration tool to aid in the crosswalking of metadata from AACR2 to RDA. Additionally, the paper is a unique survey of vended content looking at the adoption of RDA metadata techniques. 10.1080/19386389.2014.977731 Links
  • Reese, Terry. "Opening the Door: A First Look at the OCLC WorldCat Metadata API." Code4Lib Journal. Vol. Summer, no. 25. (Jul 2014): 9. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/9863. (Published). Reese, Terry Opening the Door: A First Look at the OCLC WorldCat Metadata API Code4Lib Journal Journal Article Peer-Review The paper is the result of a multi-month collaboration between myself and OCLC to test and document the OCLC Metadata Services. As part of this process, I developed a set of 3rd-party tools that provided direct access to OCLC's metadata services. The article not only documents this process, but includes code samples written in multiple programming languages and resulted in the creation of two coding libraries written in C# and Ruby. 1940-5758 journal.code4lib.org

Most Recent Conference Papers & Proceedings

  • Nichols, Jane, Stoddart, Richard, Reese, Terry. "Nuanced and Timely: Capturing Collections Feedback at Point of Use." In: Charleston Library Conference. 9. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1505&context=charleston. Peer-Review] (Published). Nichols, Jane, Stoddart, Richard, Reese, Terry Nuanced and Timely: Capturing Collections Feedback at Point of Use Conference Paper Charleston Conference Peer-Review 1 Charleston Library Conference As the technical developer on this project, I wrote the technical description, as well as explanation of how the service was integrated within the Oregon State proxy environment. 10.5703/1288284315275 Links
  • Reese,T. "Building lite-weight EAD repositories." In: Proceedings of 5th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. New York: Association Computing Machinery. 395-395. Peer-Review] (Published). Reese,T Building lite-weight EAD repositories Conference Proceeding 5th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Peer-Review 2 In: Proceedings of the 5th AMC/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Proceedings Association Computing Machinery 1-58113-876-8

Most Recent Scholarly Presentations

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  • Reese, Terry, Presenter. "Be your own data mechanic: a general overview of MarcEdit as a data manipulation tool." Presented at Libraries of Australia Summer Series, Peers within Field. Webinar (Feb 2017) http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/news-events/forum/2016-forum/. Reese, Terry Be your own data mechanic: a general overview of MarcEdit as a data manipulation tool Presenter 3 Libraries of Australia Summer Series PRACTITIONER SERIES Webinar International The Summer Series is a webinar series hosted by the Libraries of Australia. For this general session, over 300 attended the event throughout Australia. It was the most highly attended event the Libraries has ever put on.
  • Shieh, Jackie and Reese, Terry, et. al., Presenter. "PCC Task Group on URIs in MARC Report." Presented at Dublin Core International, Peers within Field. Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Oct 2016) http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2016/paper/view/407. Shieh, Jackie and Reese, Terry, et. al. PCC Task Group on URIs in MARC Report Presenter 3 Dublin Core International PCC Task Group on URIs in MARC Report Copenhagen, Denmark International I presented for ~40 minutes on the technical challenges related to this work. I recorded my session after this presentation and expanded on my discussion and posted the recording, here: https://youtu.be/BlT4Qx8uKJ4
  • Reese, Terry, Lecturer. "Understanding the evolving nature of library metadata: Linked data and new workflows." Presented at University of California Libraries, Peers within Field. California, California, United States. (Sep 2016) Reese, Terry Understanding the evolving nature of library metadata: Linked data and new workflows Lecturer University of California Libraries California State [Invited] Over the course of 9 days, I spoke at 5 of the University of California Campuses (UCSD, UCI, UCLA, UCSB, and UCDavis), presenting a 9 hour workshop of unique materials, discussing the intersections of library metadata and linked data. Overall, I taught ~200 individuals, representing faculty from all of the University of California System.
  • Reese, Terry, Seminar Presenter. "MarcEdit Workshop." Presented at TEDSIG, Peers within Field. Akron, OH, Akron, Ohio, United States. (Aug 2016) Reese, Terry MarcEdit Workshop Seminar Presenter TEDSIG Akron, OH State [Invited] This was a 6 hour workshop of original content that I developed specifically for the TEDSIG based on a set of survey results noting specific workflow needs around large scale metadata creation and maintenance.
  • Reese, Terry, Presenter. "Visual materials and the evolving nature of discovery." Presented at International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Peers within Field. Columbus, OH, Columbus, United States. (Aug 2016) http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/rare-books-and-manuscripts/Columbus-2016/program_worth_1000_words_final_schedule_1.pdf. Reese, Terry Visual materials and the evolving nature of discovery Presenter 3 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Worth a Thousand Words: A Global Perspective on Image Description, Discovery, and Access Columbus, OH International This was a day long workshop -- I provided the opening session.