Jenny Cameron is a librarian with more than twenty years’ experience providing training and support to researchers in universities and other research organisations.

Jenny worked in the role of Research Librarian at Victoria University for five years until May 2013. This role involved university-wide coordination of library training programs for researchers, providing research support to research centres and institutes, creating awareness about open access publishing and research impact, and managing a peer-support program for researchers. Prior to this she worked as a liaison librarian for many years.

Jenny has extensive experience in delivering training programs to researchers and train-the-trainer workshops for librarians in the following areas: bibliometrics, eResearch, information management and the use of mobile technologies and social media tools. Jenny has been training and supporting researchers in the use of EndNote bibliographic software since 2002. She works as a consultant trainer delivering research support and EndNote training programs Australia-wide, as well as tailored programs for researchers in scientific organisations, NGO’s and in government departments. She is an Associate Member of ALIA and has completed a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education.


Jenny has a particular interest in health and nutrition and has completed a Graduate Certificate in Human Nutrition, Deakin University, the Plant Based Nutrition Certificate, eCornell/T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and the Starch Solution Certificate with Dr John McDougall. She is a keen skier, and enjoys adventure travel, including trekking in Nepal and South America.