|NAME:||Pauline Atherton Cochrane|
|WORKED AT:||Syracuse University; American Institute of Physics|
|OTHER INFORMATION:||Before she became professor at Syracuse, she was Associate Director
of the Documentation Research Project at the American Institute of Physics.
While ASIS President, the organization began
a continuing education program and prepared an international information
science directory. Consultant to many organizations. As an UNESCO (UNISIST
program) consultant, she prepared guidelines for organizing training courses,
workshops, and seminars in technical information and documentation.
She edited the Handbook on Information Systems and Services for Developing Countries. She was appointed to the Committee on International Scientific and Technical Information Programs (CISTIP) of the National Academy of Sciences--National Research Council. Cochran's interests include computer-based reference services, indexing and abstracting, and education for library and information science.
|OFFICES:||ASIS Pres. 1971|
|Syracuse University Library, Special Collections Department|
|INCLUDES:||Personal/professional papers have been deposited but no guides are available as of 10/95.|
|SOURCE:||Phone conversation with Pauline A. Cochrane, 9/95.|
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