Kristin Whitman

Kristin Whitman was one of the founding members of Intellogist (www.Intellogist.com). She now serves as a librarian on Landon IP’s internal Reference Desk, promoting knowledge capture and knowledge sharing within the organization.  Kristin holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University.

Kristin’s primary interests include understanding the nuances of patent data sources and addressing the challenges inherent in working with patent data.  She keeps an eye out for interesting developments in the fields of knowledge management, legal research, web search technology, and Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 developments. She held the position of co-chairman of the Private Law Libraries Special Interest Section – Intellectual Property Caucus of the American Association of Law Libraries for the 2010- 2012 term.  She is also a contributor to the Intellogist twitter account, @Intellogist.

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