dr. MF (Marleen) NoomenInformatie-/Collectiespecialist
I work at the Library as an information specialist in the Research Support team. I focus on bibliometrics, and I am one of the teachers in the Wageningen Graduate School courses on publishing and reviewing manuscripts. In addition I teach information literacy skills to PhD candidates. I am available for questions related to (tenure track) credits, citation analyses, use of bibliographic databases, creating search queries, etc.
In my role as faculty liaison for the Environmental Sciences Group, I am the primary contact person for questions related to information literacy, collection management and research data management for the faculty.
In the past I worked as assistant professor at Faculty ITC of the University of Twente. My research background is in remote sensing (earth observation) with emphasis on imaging spectrometry of vegetation health, whereas my teaching experience is in the field of applied geophysics. In WUR Library I have worked in the Education Support team as a teacher in several undergraduate courses, and I have experience in supporting researchers in the field of data management, which includes checking data management plans and presenting the WUR data management policy.