Invited Talk 4: Open Science and Open Metadata

Starts at
Tue, Nov 7, 2023, 16:00 South Korea Time
( 07 Nov 23 07:00 UTC )
Finishes at
Tue, Nov 7, 2023, 17:00 South Korea Time
( 07 Nov 23 08:00 UTC )
Room 201
Inkyung Choi


  • Inkyung Choi


    Inkyung Choi is an associate research scientist for the OCLC Research with a focus on data science and metadata research, and community engagement on next generation cataloging practices. She has developed and taught courses in a field of Information Organization and Knowledge Organization including topics such as cataloguing, linked data processing, and taxonomy/thesaurus construction during her time as a Teaching assistant professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She earned her PhD in Information science from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her MLIS from Syracuse University.


OSTP, Open Science, and Open Metadata: The impact of changing U.S. public access mandates

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy recently announced that all U.S. federal agencies must soon collect and share metadata associated with funded research publications and data. This requirement, which emphasizes the importance of persistent identifiers (PIDs) for individuals, outputs, and awards, is expected to reinforce and intensify a burgeoning global interest in high quality open metadata that promotes findability and reuse, supporting the growth of open scholarship. This session examines the impact of these new requirements at the institutional level, exploring services and systems that can help researchers achieve compliance with minimal administrative burden as well as opportunities for universities to better understand, connect, and promote their research outputs.

  • Rochelle Lundy

    Stanford University

    Rochelle Lundy is the Director of the Office of Scholarly Communications at Stanford University Libraries. She coordinates services related to scholarly publishing, copyright, and open access, including implementation of Stanford University’s open Access policy and support for public access to funded research outputs. Prior to her career in academic libraries, she worked as an attorney specializing in copyright and media litigation.

  • Tom Cramer

    Stanford University

    Tom Cramer is the Chief Technology Strategist, Associate University Librarian & Director of Digital Library Systems & Services for the Stanford University Libraries. He directs the technical development and delivery of Stanford’s digital library services, including digitization, management, preservation and access of digital resources that support teaching, learning and research. He is the founder of the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), a founder of the Samvera Community, the first adopter and an active contributor to Blacklight, and a member of the FOLIO Community Council. He is the President of the Open Library Foundation and co-chair of the CLOCKSS Board of Directors. He has served as a co-PI for the suite of LD4L and LD4P grants from their inception to present day.