Peter Hernon is professor at Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, where he teaches courses on government information policy and resources, evaluation of information services, research methods, and academic librarianship. He received his PhD from Indiana University and has taught at Simmons College, the University of Arizona, and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He is coeditor of Library & Information Science Research , founding editor of Government Information Quarterly, and for nine years, been editor of The Journal of Academic Librarianship. He is the author of more than 240 publications, 44 of which are books. Among these are Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education (Libraries Unlimited, 2004), The Next Library Leadership (Libraries Unlimited, 2002). Nancy Rossiter is an assistant professor at Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, where she teaches management classes, including principles of management, contemporary management theory, marketing the library and information entrepreneurship. Prior to joining the Simmons faculty, she taught for eight years at Bay Path College, Bryant University, Providence College, and Roger Williams University. She was instrumental in developing an entrepreneurship program for women at Bay Path College. Prior to teaching on the college level, Dr. Rossiter owned a publishing company in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. She has also been a consultant, with clients including GTECH, Bryant's Small Business Development Center and Center for Management Development.
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