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Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Featured Articles

The first UK Twitter-based libchat generated lively conversations, creative problem solving and lots of ideas.

As organisations become increasingly concerned about information security, information professionals must ensure they understand the key issues. Robin Smith reviews a book that could help.

The inaugural Enterprise Search Europe conference takes place in London in October and features insight and expertise from global enterprise search experts.

Is it possible for a management handbook to be a real page turner? Jacky Berry finds out.

Information Today publishes a range of journals, newsletters, books and blogs in the information space, including a wealth of online content. Here we bring you some recent highlights.

Featured News

New open access journal to publish original, high quality research.

QScience Connect will launch in September 2011.

The Library Linked Data incubator group aims to help increase the global interoperability of libary date on the web.

Press Releases

iPRES 2011 - call for papers

iPRES, the international digital preservation conference is calling for papers.

Elsevier launches online catalogue of Elsevier Heritage Collection

Elsevier launches online catalogue of its heritage collection of 2000+ rare books.

How does research affect practice? LIS Professionals asked to complete survey

The LIS Research Coalition’s RiLIES project has launched a final survey aimed at UK-based Library and Information Science (LIS) practitioners.