Carol Tenopir visit at Carlos III University in Madrid
sharing things by Virginia Ortiz-Repiso, EUChap Chair
Library and Information Science Department within the framework of its Doctoral Program Library Science: Archives and Libraries in the Digital Environment, and with the collaboration and sponsorship of the FullBright Spain Commission, had the pleasure of receiving Professor Carol Tenopir of the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) on March 2 and 3, 2017 in Madrid.
Professor Tenopir, as all of us well know, is a renowned researcher with more than 200 papers published in the most relevant journals in our area. Among other merits, honored with the Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award from the American Society for Information Science / Institute for Scientific Information (1993), the ALISE Award for Teaching Excellence (2000) as well as the American Society for Information Science & Technology, Research Award (2002) and the International Information Industry Lifetime Achievement Award (2004).
Professor Tenopir held informal meetings with students, assistants and members of the Department and two lectures:
- Reading for Research: Scholarly Publications in the Work Life of Researchers (video, and slides)
- Research Data Services in European Universities: Current Offerings and Plans for the Future (video, and slides).