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EDITORIAL

Searcher's Voice
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Barbara Quint wants to know what new services and products info pros would like to have at their disposal now and in the future.
By Barbara Quint
FrontLines
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We're rethinking almost every aspect of the information world and information work.
By Marydee Ojala

DEPARTMENTS

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Industry News
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New Search Features, Developments, and Content
By Greg R. Notess
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Association for Library and Information Science Education

FEATURES

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News researchers compare how the traditional news aggregators stack up against digital news sources, both for locating historical newspaper articles and tracking current news, and explore the new skill sets needed.
By Linda Sabelhaus, Michelle Cawley
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Two new databases, InfoArmy and Privco, concentrate on private company information and are dedicated to uncovering otherwise unreported information, thus combating the dearth of data about non-public companies.
By Barbie E. Keiser
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Google Books opened up librarians' eyes to the possibility of mass scanning to make library materials available in digital form. HathiTrust and the Digital Public Library of America demonstrate the feasibility of digital libraries.
By Paul S. Piper
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Datamyne is a new product that tracks international trade data, which reports the movement of goods in and out of a country's ports, usually by ship. This review finds Datamyne to be very useful.
By Ruth A. Pagell
 
LinkedIn can help researchers find information about companies, about potential employees, and about personal sources for corporate or topic intelligence.
By Nancy Fawley
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Library discovery services can have a difficult time surfacing government documents. The navigation, filtering, and effectiveness of preliminary federated and/or harvesting search tools often don't overcome the swamping effect.
By David Stern
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Click to view a collection of URLs from this article.Open source software will slash and parry its way into customer relationship management systems. As a growing force in the enterprise and in libraries, open source is well on its way to supplanting commercial software.
By Stephen E. Arnold
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Click to view a collection of URLs from this article.Click here for supplemental contentAbby Clobridge explains why 2012 was a watershed year for the open access movement, examining events that unfolded, current OA issues, and resulting challenges. SUPPLEMENTAL CONTENT - What is Open Access?
By Abby Clobridge
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James Careless interviews three experts who work with information repositories about how to reliably preserve web content.
By James Careless
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Click to view a collection of URLs from this article.Click here for supplemental contentAs it becomes more fraught with issues of governance and development, Nancy Herther looks at how the internet can remain a worldwide entrepreneurial hub while ensuring impartial international oversight and protection of privacy and data. SUPPLEMENTAL CONTENT - Who Governs the Internet Now?
By Nancy K. Herther

OPINION

Internet Express
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Click to view a collection of URLs from this article.Feel inadequate when March Madness tips off? Irene McDermott provides you with a college basketball primer so you will talk like a pro around the water cooler during the NCAA men's and women's tournaments.
By Irene E. McDermott

COLUMNS

On the Net
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Now that cameras are embedded in many devices, what are best practices for searching images, video, and other multimedia sources?
By Greg R. Notess
EBook Buzz
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Publishers of ebooks employ various subscription models that affect acquisition and access.
By Sue Polanka
InfoLit Land
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In academia, students and faculty live in parallel universes when it comes to research and recognizing quality sources.
By William Badke
The Dollar Sign
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Knowing the going wage and salary rates is important for individuals, policy wonks, human resources, and other researchers.
By Marydee Ojala
Control-Shift
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Click to view a collection of URLs from this article.In times of budget cutbacks, it's good to know about free tools for analytics, web fonts, code libraries, images, and icons.
By Jeff Wisniewski
Online Spotlight
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Consider the library as platform, with information alchemy creating insights and shared expertise.
By Mary Ellen Bates

 


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