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Maura Valentino

Metadata Librarian

Phone: (541) 737-8242
Primary Duties:

Metadata Consultation

OER Consultation

Veterinary Medicine Liaison

Brief CV

Education:
  • Master of Science in Library and Information Science

Syracuse University, December 2008

  • Certificate of Advanced Studies in Digital Libraries

Syracuse University, December 2008

  • Bachelor of Arts Art History

University of South Florida, December 2006

Research and Professional Interests:
  • Valentino, M. (2015).  Donor Funded Open Educational Resources: Making the Case.  The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, 28(4), 112-118.
  • Valentino, M. & Boock, M. (2015).  Data Management Services in Academic Libraries: A case study at Oregon State University.  Practical Academic Librarianship, 5(2), 77-91.
  • Valentino, M. (2014).  Adding Value to the University of Oklahoma Libraries history of Science Collections through Digital Enhancement.  Information Technology and Libraries, 33(1), 25-33.
  • Valentino, M. (2013).  Finding Data Sets for Patrons.  Science and Technology Libraries, 32(2), 274-298.
  • Valentino, M. & Shults, B. (2012).  Creating a Three Dimensional Digital Library with Multiple Views.  OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives, 4(28), 208-220.
  • Valentino, M. & Bierman, J. (2011).  Use of Podcasting in American Research Libraries.  Library Hi-Tech, 29(2), 349-358.
  • Valentino, M. (2010).  Implementing Metadata Creation into the Cataloging Workflow: A Case Study at the University of Oklahoma.  Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 48(6/7), 541-550.
  • Valentino, M. (2017) Belize.  Women’s Lives Around the World: A Global Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Solutions.
  • Valentino, M. (2013) “Patron Driven Digital Collection Development in Archives and Special Collections.” In K. Bridges (Ed.), Customer-Based Collection Development: An Overview (pp.).  Chicago, IL: American Library Association Editions.
  • Valentino, M. (2012) “Using Traditional Classroom Facilitation Methods in Online Discussion.” In S. Kelsey & K. St. Amant (Eds.), Computer Mediated Communication: Issues and Approaches in Education (pp 255-267), Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Awards:
Textbook Affordability, 2 015, OSU Women's Giving Circle

Pubs-presentations

Selected Presentations:
  • Invited: “Reducing Textbook Cost with Current Library E-book Holdings.” (April, 2017) OCCLA Directors’ Meeting.  [15 attendees]
  • OER and Social Justice: a course at Oregon State University.” (April, 2017).  Presentation at OER 2017.  London, Great Britain. [30 attendees].
  • Invited: “Linked Data at OSU.” (March, 2017). Presentation for Alliance Technical Services Group.  Online from Corvallis, OR.
  • “Reducing Textbook Cost with Current Library E-book Holdings.” (March, 2017). Presentation at Online Northwest Conference. Portland, Oregon. [40 participants]
  • “Mapping a Digital Repository to Linked Data.” (January, 2017) Presentation as part of the ALCTS CAMMS Best Practices for Digital Repositories.  (January 2017) Presentation at ALA Midwinter 2017, Atlanta, GA. [100 attendees]
  • “A Linked Data Metadata Scheme for Clothing Collections.”  (January, 2017) Presentation as part of the ALCTS/LITA Data Interest Group.   ALA Midwinter 2017, Atlanta, GA. [150 attendees]
  •  “Using Digital Objects as Primary Source Materials.”  (February, 2015) Presentation at Online Northwest Conference. Corvallis, Oregon. [ 30 attendees]
  • “Using Digital Objects as Primary Source Materials.”  Poster presentation at Lilly History Conference, Newport Beach, CA, 2015.
  • “Researching Adding Data to ETDs.”  Poster presentation at USETD conference, Orlando, Fl, 2014.
  • “Data Management Services at Oregon State University.”  Presented as part of the data management interest group at ALA Annual 2014, Las Vegas, NV.
    • “Beyond Description: Metadata for Catalogers in the 21st Century.”  Presented at ALA Midwinter 2013, Seattle, WA.
    • "Increasing the Role of Libraries in Data Management Plans at Oregon State University."  Presented as part of: ALCTS Metadata Interest Group: Data management and libraries session at ALA Annual 2012, Anaheim, CA.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/30808
    • “Podcasting as a 21st Century Bulletin Board” presented at the Oklahoma Library Association Technology Conference 2010.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/30810

Campus Presentations

  • Invited: “Listening Skills for Science Students (May 2017).  Career Center. [40 participants]
  • “Listening Skills for Faculty” (April 2017).  OSU Center for Teaching and Learning Spring Symposium. [30 attendees]
  • “Ice Breakers and Team Builders” (October 2016).  OSU Faculty Training Days [16 attendees].
  • Invited: “OER and Your Course” (April 2016).  E-campus Faculty Forum. [55 attendees].
  • “Using Digital Objects in Assignments” (May 2014).  OSU Center for Teaching & Learning Spring Symposium.  [35 attendees].
  • “Using Digital Objects in Assignments” (April 2014).  OSU Faculty Forum for e-campus. [30 attendees].

Library Presentations

  • “Activities for Icebreakers or Team Building” (September, 2016). OSU Libraries and Press In-service.
  • “Team Building” (2016).  CDSS Department.
  • Invited: “Team Building” (August 2016).  RAS Department.
  • “Learn the Art of Bumping for Work Events” (September, 2015). OSU Libraries and Press In-service.
  • Invited: “What Libraries Can Learn from the Mouse:  Customer Service the Disney Way" (September, 2014).  OSU Libraries and Press In-service.
  • “What Libraries Can Learn from the Mouse:  Customer Service the Disney Way" (September, 2013).  OSU Libraries and Press In-service.
  • “Linked Data” (2013) Presented to OSU Libraries & Press Faculty.