I am proud to announce that I have been appointed as a Visiting Researcher to ENSSIB (École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de l’Information et des Bibliothèques), the national library school in France. Previous Visitors include: Marie Martel, professeur et bibliothécaire à l’université de Montréal and Michael Buckland, Professor Emeritus at the University of California Berkeley’s School of Information.
This year I’ll be working virtually with faculty and students to organize some master classes on the topic of post-neutrality librarianship and some other projects. Thanks to ENSSIB director Nathalie Marcerou-Ramel and to Raphaëlle Bats for this amazing opportunity. I can only hope enough folks get vaccinated for me to actually travel to Lyon in the fall.
To prevent confusion, this is in addition to my current position as professor and director of the iSchool at the University of South Carolina.
2 Replies to “Lankes Named Visiting Researcher at French National Library School ENSSIB”
What an exciting opportunity! Congratulations!
Congratulations, Dave. You will bring so much to the faculty and students!
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