Finding Middle Ground on Licensing E-Resources?

In real estate, the three most important things are location, location and location. In the world of electronic resources, the three most important things are licensing, licensing and licensing. That's […] Read More »

Going the Way of the Dinosaurs

Remember the Gary Larson cartoon titled "The real reason dinosaurs became extinct"? It showed three dinosaurs huddling behind a large rock, puffing on cigarettes. An updated version of this cartoon […] Read More »

Under New Management

Each issue of Information Outlook is unique, but the October/November 2009 issue (Vol. 13, No. 7) will differ from its predecessors not only because of the content it contains but also because of who's […] Read More »

Eight Will be Great

What’s so great about eight? I’m sure many of you were asking that question when you received your January/February issue of Information Outlook. A flier included with the magazine stated […] Read More »

Conference Coverage in Information Outlook

There’s plenty of news of SLA 2008 in the April issue of Information Outlook, and more to come in the May and June issues. April — which already should be […] Read More »

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