Webinars can serve many roles — B2B, B2C, promotion, education. As they proliferate, the special mix of work and benefit webinars represent will come under scrutiny, and your ability to plan well to grow in this area may be tested.
The professional society is becoming unmoored from its publication benefits. Will publication benefits in an open access environment become a centerpiece of a new breed of membership organizations?
Conferences are a vital place to exchange information and ideas for publishers and other information specialists. Which meetings stood out in 2011?
Now is your chance to shape the SSP program as a speaker or session organizer. The Call for Participation is open now through November 11, and we want to hear from you with a proposal for a session you would like to see, organize, or lead.
A study from ACM suggests that selectivity — both being selective and being known as selective — has a citation benefit.
“Abundance breaks more things than scarcity does. Society knows how to react to scarcity.” Clay Shirky speaks at the opening session of NFAIS.
Four different information industry executives’ perspectives seem to converge on customization. Customers want what they want, when and where they need it, and expect providers to anticipate those needs accurately.
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