ASLIB: The Association for Information Management.

The Association for Information Management

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ASLIB Advisory Council

ASLIB original members team photo.

The Council operates in an advisory capacity to provide expert input on how to develop ASLIB, its products and services. A particular focus is the changes which are constantly taking place in the information management world, and how we should respond positively to developments. We are continually looking for suitable new members of the ASLIB Advisory Council, and to strengthen the international representation. There are currently two physical meetings per year (with teleconferencing for overseas Council members if necessary), other discussions take place by email and phone as the need arises.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the ASLIB Advisory Council and feel you can add value to what we do, please contact Diane Heath: dheath@aslib.com

The current members of ASLIB's Advisory Council are listed below.

David Bawden Professor of Information Science, City University London, and Editor, Journal of Documentation.
Graham Beastall Chairman and Managing Director, Soutron Limited.
Jacqueline Beattie Global Contracts manager, Dow Business Services, market & Sales Solutions, Dow Chemical Company Ltd.
Graham Cornish The Copyright Circle.
Sue Henczel Book Review Editor, Library Management and member of the Library Management Editorial Board at Emerald. Experience includes: Manager, Community Engagement and Development at Geelong Regional Library Corporation; Manager, Faculty Library Services at Deakin University and Business Development Manager at CAVAL.
Ceri Hughes Director, Global Knowledge Business Leader, KPMG.
Steve O'Connor University Librarian, Pao Yue-kong Library, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Editor, Library Management.
Davina Omar Information Specialist, Information Services, Kingston University.
Charles Oppenheim Formerly of Loughborough University.
Diljit Singh Associate professor, Department of Information Science, University of Malaya.
Steve Thornton Formerly of Knowledge Services, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, Ministry of Defence, and Editor, Performance Measurement and Metrics.
David Weir Head of the School of Business, Enterprise and Leadership at University Campus Suffolk and Professor of Business, Leadership and Enterprise.


Council member biographies

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