New findings from Ithaka S+R provide the most recent and comprehensive evidence for how academic library acquisitions and open access initiatives may proceed in light of the present disruptions
Christine Wolff-Eisenberg, manager of surveys and research at Ithaka S+R, leads a team of researchers in studying student and faculty needs, academic support services, and organizational leadership in collaboration with educational and cultural organizations. Christine and her team have conducted highly-regarded national surveys of faculty members and higher educational leaders, cross-institutional studies on student success, and more than 100 projects for individual institutions looking to better understand and serve their key stakeholders. Prior to her time with Ithaka S+R, she oversaw assessment and statistical reporting for a large university library system. She holds a bachelor of arts in industrial/organizational psychology from The College of New Jersey and a master’s in human resource management from Rutgers University.