Sept.-Oct. Information Outlook: Creating Value through Research Collaboration

InfoOutlook_Sept-OctThe September-October issue of Information Outlook is now available to SLA members. Not an SLA member? Now is the perfect time to learn about our member benefits.

Why you should read this issue

  • Learn how information professionals can help create a culture of research collaboration that encourages employees to share their best research methods and tools with each other in “Creating Value through Research Collaboration” by James Harper, page 12.
  • Find out how developing an information strategy for your organization can invigorate your information resources and foster the growth of an information culture at all levels in “The Information Strategy and the Librarian” by Terry Hanson, page 15.
  • Read the interview with Billy Cook, author of the best contributed paper at SLA 2013 and a fan of knowledge management even before he attended library school in this issue’s edition of “10 Questions,” page 19.
  • Find out how information professionals in one company devised a “hybrid” approach to providing their co-workers with access to e-books in “Practical E-Book Solutions for Information Professionals,” page 22.

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Special thanks to these valued SLA Partners who show their support in this issue (listed in the order that they appear):

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