Stuart Information Research was founded by David Stuart.
David is passionate about the potential of library and information science to contribute to the making of successful organizations in the data age, and founded Stuart Information Research to help organizations improve through access to the latest library and information science tools and thinking.
Before founding Stuart Information Research David worked in a number of libraries, and was a research fellow at King’s College London and the University of Wolverhampton, where he continues to be an honorary research fellow in the Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group.
David has a BA(hons) in Library and Information Management, a PhD in Information Science, and is the author of three books in the field:
- Facilitating access to the web of data: a guide for librarians (Facet Publishing, 2011)
- Web metrics for library and information professionals (Facet Publishing, 2014)
- Practical ontologies for information professionals (Facet Publishing, 2016)