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JISC has been inspiring innovation in the UK research and education for over 25 years and is now working on a new strategy for the future.

Posted 2 December 2011

The European Commission is considering how the Data Retention Directive should be revised.

Posted 25 November 2011

It's hard to get people to commit to long training sessions. But at ScHARR, 'bite' size sessions for research, training and collaboration are having a big impact.

Posted 25 November 2011

R-Squared, a new conference, aims to help librarians develop their creativity, innovation and risk-taking capability.

Posted 23 November 2011

How can publishers and librarians support the learning needs of students and researchers?

Posted 22 November 2011

Report shows rapid increase in mobile internet access - and ongoing growth in social networking and entertainment.

Posted 16 November 2011

Smartphones and tablets underpin increased consumption of cross-platform digital media, says new report

Posted 11 November 2011

In a town in Sweden museums, libraries and archives are collaborating to develop new services, digitise collections and deliver value for money.

Posted 11 November 2011

The DREaM project (Developing Research Excellence and Methods) has just held its second event. Susie Andretta shares some of her key learnings.

Posted 7 November 2011

The third biennial Axiell Library Symposium sought to identify the opportunities for public library services and to discuss how future libraries should be shaped.

Posted 2 November 2011

Some key themes emerged at Internet Librarian International 2011.

Posted 30 October 2011

Survey into academics' beliefs and behaviours discussed at Internet Librarian International.

Posted 28 October 2011

What's coming over the technology horizon that infopros should be aware of? Brian Kelly shared his thoughts at ILI.

Posted 28 October 2011

In a large, distributed organisation like KPMG, knowledge is business critical.

Posted 27 October 2011

Leeds University's digitisation programme discussed at ILI.

Posted 27 October 2011

Advice on marketing your library resources: get your feet wet, say librarians from Providence College and Bryant University speaking at ILI

Posted 27 October 2011

An up-to-date list of Twitter names for Internet Librarian International 2011 speakers.

Posted 26 October 2011

Marketing is mission critical - especially if your users think Google has all the answers!

Posted 21 October 2011

What are the pros and cons of outsourcing for information professionals?

Posted 20 October 2011

There's more to a conference than the official programme. Delegates at ILI2011 can look forward to some great networking opportunities.

Posted 14 October 2011

New devices, increased device ownership and the increased supply of information are all contributing to the growth of e-books.

Posted 13 October 2011

Bethan Ruddock gets nostalgic about conferences past, and looks forward to speaking - and networking - at Internet Librarian International 2011.

Posted 10 October 2011

Information professionals should focus on cultivating - and communicating - clear messages about what they can achieve, says Ulla de Stricker.

Posted 6 October 2011

Open source project started by Dutch government employees wins Management 2.0 M-Prize by highlighting benefits of web 2.0.

Posted 30 September 2011

The '23 Things' learning programme has been adopted by libraries around the world. What has been the real impact of these Learning 2.0 initiatives?

Posted 30 September 2011

What can be done to increase the visibility of digital materials in a physical library?

Posted 29 September 2011

Information Today publishes a range of journals, blogs, newsletters and books covering all aspects of the information space. Here we bring you some recent highlights.

Posted 28 September 2011

What technology innovations should information professionals be aware of - and preparing for?

Posted 21 September 2011

When it became obvious that the existing Information Literacy teaching programme was not working, Karen Marie Øvern set about making changes.

Posted 16 September 2011

Digital innovation means new opportunities for collaboration in UK public libraries. At ILI 2011 the authors will be discussing emerging models and good practice.

Posted 13 September 2011

How can KIM professionals transform the way in which KIM is perceived in their organisation?

Posted 12 September 2011

Dean Frey, of Red Deer Public Library, is busy organising a TEDx event and looks forward to sharing his experiences at ILI2011.

Posted 7 September 2011

Batgirl - librarian and calendar girl - is doing a great job promoting reading to students at an international school in Amsterdam.

Posted 2 September 2011

The latest statistics on the growth of mobile internet access show significant growth.

Posted 1 September 2011

Phil Bradley looks forward to his presentation at Internet Librarian International 2011. He just can't tell us anything about it yet!

Posted 1 September 2011

Economic realities mean organisations must change and innovate. Knowledge and information professionals should align themselves with organisational innovation.

Posted 31 August 2011

Tech giant offers to pay £7bn for search specialist Autonomy.

Posted 20 August 2011

The New Professionals are using social media to extend their professional influence and raise their profile.

Posted 18 August 2011

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

Posted 16 August 2011

Organisational decision makers are at 'cognitive breaking point'. If they are to help, information professionals should be focusing on five key challenges.

Posted 16 August 2011

Privacy and digital regulation issues continue to exercise the UK government - and the public. 'Hackgate' has raised questions about how news organisations source their stories. We take a look at the story so far.

Posted 16 August 2011

The most recent #UKLibChat discussions focused on the challenges - and opportunities - of integrating e-books into library collections.

Posted 5 August 2011

Even in tough times, there are opportunities for information and knowledge professionals. Organisational decision-makers need help in navigating complex information landscapes.

Posted 5 August 2011

The school library can play a critical role in providing support for pupils with dyslexia - and information on dyslexia to other pupils and staff.

Posted 3 August 2011

The European Commission is making changes to data protection laws and warning that organisations need to take data protection seriously.

Posted 29 July 2011

How can information managers apply the concepts of 'lean' management to their work? Steve Bailey reviews a book that sets out to provide practical help.

Posted 28 July 2011

The current state of LIS research, and the benefits of cross-disciplinary research projects, were discussed at the latest DREaM conference.

Posted 22 July 2011

The ALISS summer conference focused on how innovative uses of social media can support academic research - and ensure that services are promoted effectively.

Posted 22 July 2011

How are knowledge and information management roles and responsibilities changing? The latest research from TFPL reveals new trends in role design and skills requirements.

Posted 22 July 2011

Effective business intelligence can help leaders make performance enhancing decisions. Viet-Hai Phung reviews a report that describes a 'new frontier' for information and knowledge management.

Posted 21 July 2011

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