Background and Description
The NISO Education Committee was first formed in early 2007 in response to a strategic restructuring. In order to respond to its broad constituency and their diverse needs, NISO strives to provide wide-ranging and robust education and training sessions. In addition to bringing in outside expertise and perspective, an education committee formed of individuals from diverse communities allows NISO to separate the content development -- the main focus of this group -- from the organizational and budgetary aspects of planning education programs and meetings.
The Education Committee is responsible for determining the topical focus of educational programs, setting an agenda, and recruiting speakers. In addition, the Committee will identify other opportunities for NISO to educate and inform the information communities about its work.
- Juliana Wood, Educational Program Manager, NISO
- Sommer Browning, Assistant Professor; Head of Electronic Access & Discovery Services, Auraria Library, University of Colorado, Denver
- Jamene Brooks-Kieffer, Data Services Librarian, University of Kansas
- Lettie Conrad, Executive Manager, Product Analysis, SAGE Publications
- Elizabeth German, Instructional Design Librarian, Learning and Outreach Services, Texas A&M University Libraries
- Mark Henley, Contracts Librarian, Collection Development, University of North Texas Libraries
- Kristi Holmes, Director, Galter Health Sciences Library
- S.G. Ranti Junus, Systems Librarian, Michigan State University Libraries
- Amy Lana, Collection Development Manager, YBP Library Services
- Shana McDanold, Head of Metadata Services Unit, Georgetown University
- Marie McVeigh, Publishing Analyst and Consultant
- Audrey Melkin, Director of Business Development, Atypon Systems, Inc.
- Jodi Schneider, Marie Curie Fellow, INRIA Sophia Antipolis
- Christine Stamison, Director of NERL, Center for Research Libraries
Ex Officio Members