Vanderbilt University Chemical Librarian Joshua Borycz explores the topics chemistry graduate students aren’t learning – and how corporate information professionals can play a guiding role for recent grad employees.
Outsell’s new 2020 study offers trends in information consumption and copyright awareness at a time when working from home changed our typical work environments.
The increase in research output due to the COVID-19 virus has created a new challenge for scientific publishers: finding enough qualified peer reviewers to keep up with the influx of manuscript submissions.
At the end of 2020, Copyright Clearance Center hosted a panel discussion among information professionals. Led by information expert Mary Ellen Bates, the panel discussed the challenges 2020 presented, and strategies to move us into 2021.
Disputes between content and ad-serving platforms — such as Google and Facebook — and various news publishers have been roiling at least since the launch of Google News (Sept 2002).
Mary Ellen Bates will host a panel of innovative information professionals who have met the challenges of 2020 and found new ways to continue their mission while adjusting to a new work environment.
Knowledge and information managers are curating and processing a diverse range of sources that are useful for multiple functions across an organization, from business intelligence and strategy to legal affairs and financial planning.