Brandy King joined the Jinfo team in 2018 as a Research Project Manager. With a Master's degree in Library and Information Science, over 15 years of experience as a health and social science librarian, and several board level positions in library associations, Ms. King is a skilled and respected information professional. She is honored to have been named a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association in 2016.
Brandy can be contacted at email@example.com
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Articles by Brandy King:
Final days to participate in current awareness survey - early findings highlight what "value" meansMonday, 24th June 2019
Jinfo is nearly finished with data collection for a survey of information professionals about how they provide current awareness intelligence to their organisations, but there is still time to participate.
Next generation awareness and intelligenceFriday, 3rd May 2019
Participate in our survey on next generation news, current awareness and intelligence and receive a copy of the results as a thank you.
Participate in our survey - how is your information centre planning for the future?Tuesday, 29th January 2019
Participate in Jinfo's survey on planning for the future of corporate information centres and receive a copy of the results as a thank you.
Participate in Jinfo's research on technology - get a copy of the summary reportWednesday, 31st October 2018
Take part in Jinfo's survey on technology culture, readiness and priorities in corporate information centres and receive a copy of the results as a thank you.
Reports by Brandy King:
Jinfo model - mapping your service to the Centre of Excellence modelMonday, 14th October 2019
Jinfo's model for an Information Centre of Excellence focuses on three separate but interrelated areas. Find out what they are and how it can help you develop your skills and expertise to deliver direct service relating to information and data.
By Brandy King
If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Teams" to become fluent: