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Oya Rieger - Biography

Oya RiegerOya Y. Rieger is associate university librarian for digital scholarship services at Cornell University Library. She oversees the Library’s digitization, online repository, digital preservation, electronic publishing, and e-scholarship initiatives with a focus on needs assessment, requirements analysis, business modeling, and information policy development.

Rieger has provided leadership in various digitization and online publishing initiatives that explore and promote new models of scholarly communication. Along with Anne Kenney, Reiger is coauthor of the award-winning Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives (Research Libraries Group 2000) and has served on several digital imaging and preservation working groups, including co-chairing the development of ANSI/NISO (American National Standards Institute/National Information Standard Organization) Technical Metadata for Digital Images. Her research interests focus on sociocultural aspects of information and communication technologies.

 

Links:
Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives (Research Libraries Group 2000)
ANSI/NISO (American National Standards Institute/National Information Standard Organization) Technical Metadata for Digital Images

 

July 2012

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