Professional Development

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 07 September 2011

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

Posted 31 August 2011

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

Posted 18 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

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

Posted 05 August 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

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

Posted 08 July 2011

UK Library Chat will discuss library school/university LIS activism.

Posted 06 July 2011

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

Posted 01 July 2011

In hard financial times, it's important to find CPD opportunities which can have a real impact says Jon Beaumont.

Posted 24 June 2011

Building a network of supportive colleagues beyond the workplace is a great way to learn and develop as a professional.

Posted 24 June 2011

When we last heard from our anonymous correspondent, she was about to be made redundant from a government KM role. She has now been offered a new job in the private sector. Here she explains why you should be prepared to take advantage of social networking tools - and your trusted contacts.

Posted 10 June 2011

DREaM, the UK-wide network of library and information science (LIS) researchers, to host conference in London.

Posted 01 June 2011

Frustrated by the lack of opportunities in public libraries, Caroline Fielding became a school librarian. Here she explains why it was the best decision she could have made.

Posted 27 May 2011

At the the debut of a new information community conference in Berlin the conversations covered linked data, social media and research in corporate environments.

Posted 27 May 2011

The Perfect Information Conference 2011 themes of Change, Adapt, Capitalise generated debate and reflection. Emma King reports.

Posted 23 May 2011

The European Services Directive aims to enable cross-border trade in services. And information professionals can help, says Sue Brown.

Posted 28 April 2011

We all want to share our skills and knowledge. But how many of us have actually been trained to train others effectively?

Posted 21 April 2011

The LISRC review is now underway.

Posted 05 April 2011

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 recent highlights that you may have missed first time round.

Posted 16 March 2011

A great reference interview can help you get exactly the right information to your clients. Sara Batts shares some hints and techniques.

Posted 11 March 2011

Networking and learning intersect at the Huddersfield Librarian TeachMeet.

Posted 02 March 2011

Perfect Information's conversations with professionals highlight the challenges of fulfilling increased customer expectations with diminishing resources.

Posted 18 February 2011

Sara Batts considers how SLA's 2011 theme of 'Future Ready' can be translated to every day practical activities.

Posted 14 February 2011

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