Terry Reese is the Head of Digital Initiatives at Ohio State University, where he implements and drives projects to create and enhance digital library services and collections. His position is responsible for proactively strategizing and leading the future of preservation, information technology infrastructure, and digital libraries at Ohio State.
A Library Journal Mover and Shaker (2005), Terry has been working in libraries since his undergraduate days as a work-study student.
He is co-author of the acclaimed book “Building Digital Libraries: A How-To-Do-it Manual.” (Neal Schuman, 2008).
He was the Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services at Oregon State University Libraries and the OSU Press.
His creativity, appreciation of metadata, and desire to work efficiently led him to create several freeware tools, from EBSCO Record Wizard to the wildly popular tool, MARCedit.
We hope you’ll enjoy hearing Terry speak about Digital Libraries at the College and University Luncheon on Wednesday, May 18, 2016!
Elizabeth Leonard, Seton Hall University