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Digital Resources and Discovery Services (DRDS)
215A Edmon Low Library
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Madison Chartier is the Metadata Librarian for Oklahoma State University Library’s Digital Resources and Discovery Services team. She received her master's in library science from Indiana University Bloomington in spring 2018 with a concentration in archives and records management.
As Metadata Librarian, Madison is responsible for creating and remediating metadata for OSU’s digital collections, including Faculty Papers, Honors College, and Electronic Theses and Dissertations. She develops data dictionaries or metadata application profiles to stipulate required metadata fields for each collection, as well as accompanying workflow documentation to detail how to populate these metadata fields. She also collaborates with OSU faculty and fellow librarians on digital humanities projects to offer OSU students insight on metadata development and how it can impact their research practice and impact.
Outside OSU, Madison volunteers with the Digital Library Federation’s Assessment Interest Group. She has facilitated and continues to participate with the Metadata Working Group, collaborating with other metadata professionals to assess and establish best recommended practices for metadata implementation and evaluation.