Dean Emeritus and Professor
James Matarazzo has work experience at the MIT Libraries in science and reference, serials and journals, technical reports, and government publications. He is a consultant to companies and corporations on the organization, evaluation, and creation of corporate libraries, information centers, and management of information. His current research focuses on the development of a model to evaluate the worth of corporate libraries, on why some corporate libraries are excellent, and on how senior executives value library and information science. Matarazzo is a fellow of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He received SLA's Professional Award in 1983 and again in 1991 when he also received SLA's President's Award. Matarazzo was president of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (2000-2001) and is the vice president of the H.W. Wilson Foundation, Inc.
James Matarazzo currently has no scheduled workshops.