Wilson Yule is currently working as a lecturer in Department of Information and Communication Studies at University of Namibia (UNAM) and has worked in libraries and information centres for a period which spans over fifteen years in Zimbabwe and Namibia. In Zimbabwe, Wilson worked at the Southern Africa Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC), a regional organisation based in Harare as a Senior Researcher/ Writer where he was in charge of writing and researching on environmental issues and tracking environmental problems affecting Southern African region. Prior to his engangement as Senior Researcher/ Writer; he also worked at SARDC’s unit at the Environment Resource Centre for Southern Africa (ERCSA) as a Resource Centre Manager, where he was in charge of managing a state of the art library/ information resource centre. He has experience as an Assistant Documentalist at UNESCO Harare Office and had a short stint of lecturing at Harare Polytechnic before joining the Ministry of Education, Sport and Culture (MBSEC) in Namibia as a Regional Librarian. In his portfolio, he has authored and co-authored a number of publications which have appeared in peer reviewed journals and newspaper articles.