Kim Dority

Kim Dority, MLS, is founder and president of Dority & Associates, an information strategy and content development company. In addition to this, she is an adjunct faculty member for the University of Denver MLIS program, where she created and teaches a course on alternative career paths for LIS students and practitioners.

She is the author of dozens of articles and several books on library and information science career topics, including Rethinking Information Work: A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals, 2d ed (Libraries Unlimited, 2016). In 2017 Kim received SLA's Rose. L. Vormelker Award ("the Rosie"), which recognises outstanding commitment to teaching and professional development.

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Jinfo Blog My Favourite Tipples from an online content developer
Wednesday, 23rd January 2019

My Favourite Tipples are shared by Kim Dority, president of Dority & Associates, Inc, a research and writing company specialising in online content development for major business-to-consumer website projects. She shares some of her top resources in fields of strategy and research.


Jinfo Blog Disability Statistics: Challenges and Sources [ABSTRACT]
Thursday, 21st May 2009

Finding consistent and comprehensive statistics on disabilities around the world can prove extremely challenging, due to differences in definitions, tracking frequencies, and the number of agencies tracking those numbers. Kim Dority provides valuable insights on how and where to get started with disabilities research, including a list of international organisations collecting that data.


Jinfo Subscription Disability Statistics: Challenges and Sources
Thursday, 21st May 2009

Finding consistent and comprehensive statistics on disabilities around the world can prove extremely challenging, due to differences in definitions, tracking frequencies, and the number of agencies tracking those numbers. Kim Dority provides valuable insights on how and where to get started with disabilities research, including a list of international organisations collecting that data.