Isabella Guthrie-McNaughton joined ICS in August 2004. She holds a Masters of Library Science Degree from the University of Toronto and a BA (Honours-History) from the University of Guelph. She was a librarian at the Royal Ontario Museum for 24 years — serving in various capacities as Acting Director of Library Services, Head of Technical Services and Project Manager for the ROM's website. She also worked at Redeemer University College in the Pascal Centre, where she was involved in the development and indexing of two databases — Religion and Science; and Spirituality and Health. She has presented papers at the Museums and the Web Conferences, as well as at the RLG (Research Libraries Group) Forums. She has consulted various ministries of the Cambodian government — leading training seminars on information literacy and marketing, with specific emphasis on business and tourism. Her current research interests are in the fields of: information literacy, institutional repositories, open access for scholarly publishing, and new frameworks for resource discovery and delivery. Isabella is also an active volunteer and previous Board member for the Canadian-based NGO Tabitha-Cambodia.
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