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Oya Rieger

Oya Rieger

Senior Advisor, Ithaka S&R
Oya Y. Rieger is the Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources and Preservation Services and the Program Director for Her program involves the full lifecycle management of digital and print scholarly content, including selection, creation, design, publishing, delivery, preservation, and conservation. She has provided leadership in various initiatives that promotes new and sustainable models of scholarly communication. She holds an M.S. in Public Administration (University of Oklahoma), an M.S. in Information Systems (Columbia University), and a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction (Cornell University).

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