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Terry Paul Reese, Jr., MLIS

  • Associate Professor, University Libraries
    The Ohio State University

Journal Articles

  • 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
  • Reese, Terry. "Improving Evaluation of Resources through Injected Feedback Surveys." Ariadne. Vol. -, no. 71. (Jun 2013): -. http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue71/reese. (Published). Reese, Terry Improving Evaluation of Resources through Injected Feedback Surveys Ariadne Journal Article Editor-Review Sole Author www.ariadne.ac.uk
  • Reese Jr., Terry. "Giving the User a Voice: Capturing Impact Through the Interjection of User Impact Surveys into the Information Retrieval Workflow." Collection Management. Vol. 38, no. 2. (Mar 2013): 163-167. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01462679.2013.765318. (Published). Reese Jr., Terry Giving the User a Voice: Capturing Impact Through the Interjection of User Impact Surveys into the Information Retrieval Workflow Collection Management Journal Article Editor-Review Sole Author. dx.doi.org
  • Reese, Terry. "Purposeful development: being ready when your project moves from 'hobby' to mission critical." Code4Lib Journal. Vol. Winter, no. 16. (Jan 2012): 8. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/6393. (Published). Reese, Terry Purposeful development: being ready when your project moves from 'hobby' to mission critical. Code4Lib Journal Journal Article Peer-Review Sole Author journal.code4lib.org
  • Frumkin, Jeremy, Reese, Terry. "Provision Recognition: Increasing Awareness of the Library’s Value in Delivering Electronic Information Resources." Journal of Library Administration. Vol. 51, no. 7-8. (Dec 2011): 810-819. (Published). Frumkin, Jeremy, Reese, Terry Provision Recognition: Increasing Awareness of the Library’s Value in Delivering Electronic Information Resources. Journal of Library Administration Journal Article Peer-Review Co-author – primarily responsible for technology descriptions and literature review.
  • Reese, Terry. "Doing More Together: Building New Partnerships to Bring Library Services to the Unserved." Oregon Library Association Quarterly. Vol. 17, no. 2. (Jun 2011): 20-25. http://www.olaweb.org/assets/documents/olaq_17no2.pdf. (Published). Reese, Terry Doing More Together: Building New Partnerships to Bring Library Services to the Unserved Oregon Library Association Quarterly Journal Article www.olaweb.org
  • Deng, Sai and Reese, Terry. "Customized Mapping and Metadata Transfer From DSpace to OCLC to Improve ETD Work Flow." The New Library World. Vol. 110, no. 5/6. (Jun 2009): 249-264. (Published). Deng, Sai and Reese, Terry Customized Mapping and Metadata Transfer From DSpace to OCLC to Improve ETD Work Flow The New Library World Journal Article Peer-Review Co-author – primarily contributed information on OSU’s ETD processes and MarcEdit’s technical methodology for processing XML documents.
  • Reese, Terry. "LibraryFind: the development of a shared library platform at Oregon State University." Oregon Library Association Quarterly. Vol. 15, no. 1. (Apr 2009): 17-19. http://www.olaweb.org/assets/documents/olaq_15no1.pdf. (Published). Reese, Terry LibraryFind: the development of a shared library platform at Oregon State University Oregon Library Association Quarterly Journal Article www.olaweb.org
  • Reese,Terry. "Automated Metadata Harvesting: Low-Barrier MARC Record Generation from OAI-PMH Repository Stores Using MarcEdit." LIBRARY RESOURCES & TECHNICAL SERVICES. Vol. 53, no. 2. (Apr 2009): 121-132. (Published).Citation Count: 4. Reese,Terry Automated Metadata Harvesting: Low-Barrier MARC Record Generation from OAI-PMH Repository Stores Using MarcEdit LIBRARY RESOURCES & TECHNICAL SERVICES Journal Article Peer-Review 0024-2527 For libraries, the burgeoning corpus of born-digital data is becoming both a blessing and a curse. For patrons, these online resources represent the potential for extended access to materials, but for a library's technical services department they represent an ongoing challenge,forcing staff. to look for ways to capture and make use of available metadata. This challenge is exacerbated for libraries that provide access to their own digital collections. While digital repository software like DSpace, Fedora, and CONTENTdm. expose bibliographic metadata through the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata harvesting (OAI-PMH),few organizations have a simplified method for harvesting and generating Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC),records from these metadata stores. Fortunately, a number of tools have been, developed that can facilitate the harvesting and generation of MARC data from these OAI-PMH metadata repositoris. This paper will examine resources that enhance technical services staffs ability to use existing metadata, with specific focus on one of these current generation tools, MarcEdit, which was developed by the author and provides a one-click harvesting process for generating MARC metadata from. a variety of metadata formats. Information Science & Library Science Web of Science ®
  • Reese, Terry. "Metasearch: Building a Shared, Metadata-driven Knowledge Base System." Ariadne. Vol. -, no. 47. (Apr 2006): -. http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue47/reese/. (Published). Reese, Terry Metasearch: Building a Shared, Metadata-driven Knowledge Base System. Ariadne Journal Article www.ariadne.ac.uk
  • Reese, Terry. "Bibliographic freedom and the future of map cataloging." Journal of Map & Geography Libraries. Vol. 2, no. 1. (Dec 2005): 67-97. (Published). Reese, Terry Bibliographic freedom and the future of map cataloging Journal of Map & Geography Libraries Journal Article Peer-Review
  • Reese, Terry. "Information Professionals Stay Free in the MarcEdit Metadata Suite." Computers in Libraries. Vol. 24, no. 8. (Sep 2004): 24-28. (Published). Reese, Terry Information Professionals Stay Free in the MarcEdit Metadata Suite Computers in Libraries Journal Article
  • Reese, Terry. "Aggregate record management in three clicks." D-LIB. Vol. 9, no. 9. (Sep 2003): -. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september03/reese/09reese.html. (Published). Reese, Terry Aggregate record management in three clicks D-LIB Journal Article Editor-Review www.dlib.org
  • Parks, Bonnie, Reese, Terry. "Cataloging monographic web-based materials for non-catalogers: the development and implementation of M-WEB." PNLA Quarterly. Vol. 66, no. 3. (Apr 2002): 21. (Published). Parks, Bonnie, Reese, Terry Cataloging monographic web-based materials for non-catalogers: the development and implementation of M-WEB PNLA Quarterly Journal Article This text was collaboratively written by Bonnie Parks and myself.
  • Matylonek, John C., Carrie Ottow and Terry Reese. "Organizing ready reference information with the Reference Desk Manager." D-LIB. Vol. 7, no. 11. (Nov 2001): -. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/november01/matylonek/11matylonek.html. (Published). Matylonek, John C., Carrie Ottow and Terry Reese Organizing ready reference information with the Reference Desk Manager D-LIB Journal Article Editor-Review Co-authored this document, primarily writing the section entitled, Evaluating the Use of the Database. www.dlib.org