Roxanne Missingham is University Librarian and Chief Scholarly Information Officer, Australian National University. She was previously Parliamentary Librarian and Assistant Director General, Resource Sharing Division, National Library of Australia. She has a long career in libraries and IT focused on the development of digital delivery and digital services. Formerly President of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), she is currently convenor of the ALIA Advisory Committee on Public Sector Information. She has published more than 170 book chapters, journal articles and conference papers.
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I have two interested in linked data. The first is my interest as the person responsible at ANU for the institutional repository and making ANU research (including data) available to the world. Key issues for us including linking identities (perhaps through ORCHID and VIAF), creating better workflows for collection of data and creating an integrated solution with data, research outputs (published) and identities. The second is leading and influencing developing in creation of research outputs that take advantage of the opportunities of the online environment and lead to new models – as an example I am convenor of the CAUL Library Publishing Advisory Committee and am convening the reinventing university publishing symposium. I have also undertaken a research project funded by ALIA on the transfer of research to the business community.