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Tuesday, 08 February 2011

Featured Articles

Åke Nygren reports back from what must be, quite literally, the coolest library conference in Europe. Collaboration and innovation were key themes at the Helsinki Midwinter Darkness Camp.

Information Today also publishes a range of journals, newsletters, books and blogs in the information space, including a wealth of online content. In this article, we bring you recent highlights that you may have missed first time round.

How do you cope with uncertainty in the workplace? Our anonymous correspondent has a Government-based KM role. Her post is scheduled to be made redundant - on a date as yet unknown.

Information professionals have vital skills when it comes to successful IT procurement and implementation, says Jon Beaumont.The trick is to make sure we are heard!

Featured News

The UK's Research Information Network (RIN) has published the second part of its research report into the use of ejournals by researchers in the UK.

Germany's online population is the largest in the EU.

Springer's new service enables online access to review copies.

Five million digital objects to be made available via Europeana Libraries project.

Press Releases

Expert System and Esri Italia Announce Partnership

Expert System, the leading provider of semantic software that searches, discovers, classifies and interprets unstructured text information, and Esri Italia, the Italian leading provider of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, announce partnershi