Information Outlook

Information Outlook

All members receive free access to Information Outlook, SLA’s bimonthly online magazine. Information Outlook contains—

  • Articles on timely topics such as data curation, digital asset management, bibliometrics, and value co-creation;
  • Columns about technology, copyright law, and other issues of perpetual interest; and
  • Interviews with SLA members, offering a close-up look at information professionals in different disciplines, work environments, and countries.

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Click here to read current-year issues of Information Outlook and those dating back to January 2013.

Issues from 1997 through 2006 are archived in San Jose State University’s institutional repository, ScholarWorks; issues from 2007 through 2012 are in the process of being archived but are not yet publicly available. To obtain articles from 2007-2012, contact Stuart Hales.

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Interested in writing for Information Outlook? Review the editorial calendar and writing guidelines.

The following articles (and their associated blog posts) are representative of the content in Information Outlook:

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Subscribe to Information Outlook
Individuals and organizations that are not SLA members can purchase one-year subscriptions to Information Outlook for $240. Access is by IP address recognition. For details, contact Stuart Hales.

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