Nasser Saleh is the Head of the Engineering and Science Library at Queen’s University, working primarily in supporting STEM disciplines through research support services, reference consultations, curriculum development, and collection. He is currently working to lead the direction and strategy of the newly reorganized Engineering and Science Library with more focus on data, open science, scholarly communication, open education and research impact.
Nasser received his PhD in Information Studies (2012) from McGill University and graduated his Masters of Library and Information Science (2003) from Syracuse University . His professional interests include educational technology, scholarship of teaching and learning in libraries, and alignment of library strategic goals with the United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). Nasser is an advocate for open access to knowledge in order to reduce inequality within and among communities. Nasser envisions a world where personal and social circumstances are not obstacles to achieving potential, and where kindness, inclusivity, and conservation prevail!