This series brings attention to today's leaders and specialists in information science and technology advancement

IGI Global Introduces the Technology Innovation Profile Series

By IGI Global on Sep 29, 2015
Technology Innovation Profile Series

IGI Global is pleased to introduce the Technology Innovation Profile Series. This series brings attention to today's leaders and specialists in information science and technology advancement. By sharing breakthroughs and experiences among professionals, researchers, and librarians, we can propel the knowledge society into the years to come. Share your experiences and successes regarding technological development within your university, research institution, or library. The Technology Innovation Profile Series provides a learning forum for knowledge supporters and information specialists world-wide.

To contribute a profile or suggest someone to be profiled, please provide the following information:

- Name, Position, Institution Name
- A hi-res photo of the innovator in their work environment, encouraging technology innovation!
- Address the following questions:
  • How do you consider yourself a technological innovator?
  • What programs are you currently involved in?
  • What areas of technological innovation do you consider the most exciting?
  • What technology-related projects do you see researchers or librarians implementing in the future?
  • What advice would you share with others looking to become a leader in supporting technology advancements?
Send completed profiles to E-Resources Account Coordinator, Beth Ellen Dibeler at bdibeler@igi-global.com.

View other Technology Innovator Profiles here.
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