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Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

James R. Lindner

James R. Lindner is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Education at Texas A&M University. He has established a national reputation as a rigorous scholar and prolific author focusing on planning and needs assessment, and research, measurement, and analysis in the context of distance education. Within the department, Dr. Lindner is helping to develop and deliver the Masters of Agriculture at a distance program and the Doc@Distance program. He has received numerous honors and awards for presentations of research findings at international and national conferences and was recently named the Outstanding Young Agricultural Educator by the American Association for Agricultural Education. As a teacher, he consistently demonstrates excellence in teaching, ranks with the top 25% of effective teachers at Texas A&M University, and has been noted by students and other faculty both within and outside of TAMU for his “excellence,” “innovative,” “passion for,” “actively engaged,” “effective,” “excellent,” and “creative” teaching. He has authored or co- authored over 60 refereed journal articles, two books, several chapters, and 75 research papers presented at local, national, and international conferences. He has been principal investigator, co-principal investigator, or collaborator for over 50 project totaling over $5.0 million in funding.
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