Snježana Ivanović is the Head of the Library and Information/Documentation Service at the Institute for Development and International Relations. She earned a master’s degree in Information Sciences / Librarianship from the University of Zagreb in 2009. In 1983 she earned Bachelor of Arts degree (double major) in English Language and Literature and Information Sciences from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. In 1994 she attended The Library of Congress Soros Foundation Visiting Fellows Program entitled “The Role of Libraries in a Democratic Society” (Washington, D.C.); she was an intern at the Congressional Research Service of the LC, Reference Division, and at the American Folk Life Centre. In 2000 she finished a Postgraduate Professional Development Programme at the International Centre for Information Management Systems and Services (ICIMSS), Torun, Poland. She has been working at the IRMO since 1983, first as a librarian and documentation analyst and since 1997 as the Head Librarian. She authors a book Information sources in the field of international relations and international integration of Croatia, published by the IRMO in 2012, as well as a number of annotated thematic bibliographies. Besides the field of international relations, she is interested in the issues of scientific integrity.