Chris Pollette joined the Robert W. Woodruff Library in November, 2010, only a few months after completing his Master of Science in Information Sciences from the Georgia Cohort of the University of North Texas. At the time, Chris was an Institute of Museum and Library Services Resident Librarian, collaborating with others on a variety of projects around the library, including marketing for the library's Services Division, coding projects with the Lewis H. Beck Center for Electronic Collections, assisting the Digital Scholarship Commons, and more.
Although his residency lasted only nine months, Chris rejoined the Services Division in early 2012 to work on instructional videos, library services outreach, and other efforts. His current interests include how emerging technologies can be applied to improve education and library services. Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts in English from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn.