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FreePint 23rd June 2011
No.329
 Contents

Editorial

My Favourite Tipples

FreePint Bar


FUMSI Features

  • Designing the Samurai sword: using facets to support agile, highly-effective information management
  • BBC World Service and Twitter

VIP Features

  • China Risisng: New research project to investigate China related information needs
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Senior Researcher
  • Information Advisor
  • Senior Archivist
  • Researcher/Trainer - Legal

Events in Information:

  • Virtual Hospital eBook Summit
  • AIIP Webinar: Going Local: Best Tools & Techniques for Finding Local Business Information
  • AIIP Webinar: Writing for Publication
  • More...

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • Social Networking Sites and Our Lives
  • The world's most dangerous countries for women

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • SwetsWise Expands eBooks Catalog
  • Financial Times First Major News Publisher To Launch New Browser Based App For Tablets

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 Editorial

Michelle ManafyBy Michelle Manafy

Information resources that work with you

Overheard last week at the 2011 SLA Annual Conference: "One vendor I've worked with for years just came to me and arbitrarily demanded a 40% increase". Aberrant behaviour? Perhaps. But not unique. A charmingly feisty member of SLA's Leadership and Management Division echoed the occurrence when she noted she had recently faced a seemingly capricious price increase of 30%. At a time when the information industry is just starting to see tender shoots of economic recovery pushing up, it is shocking to hear that any information purveyors would approach customer relationships in such a fashion.

The new DocuTicker Report SeriesCertainly, many vendors held prices steady over the past two years and many demonstrated willingness to work with customers on pricing in order to hang on to them. This strategy seems particularly wise: in our world, very little is truly irreplaceable. Another conference attendee pointed out: "Once we've learned to live without something, there's no going back". Regardless of reductions, info pros will find a way to get the work done.

The SLA 2011 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO demonstrated the breadth of information needs and tools available, as well as insights into the resourcefulness of info pros who put them to work. We at FreePint respect -- and endeavour to reflect -- the range of the information users we serve and are pleased to continue to expand the tools we provide to meet your needs. Our latest effort is our new series of DocuTicker Reports. This series provides an efficient and affordable way to quickly amass topic-specific collections of grey literature resources.

The grey literature provides a deep well of valuable content from respected and trustworthy sources -- such as government agencies, non-profits, think tanks, and educational institutions -- available for free online. The trouble is that these worthy sources can be time-consuming to locate, much less evaluate. Since 2004, we've built up the content in the DocuBase, where our editorial team posts citations to the grey literature they find and evaluate on the web. Now we've taken it a step further, by curating collections that jump start research on topics such as the Chinese economy, the environment & sustainability, and the internet & society.

This week, we introduced subscription pricing for these reports because we believe that enabling institutions to amass topic-specific collections of high quality free sources will help provide a solid foundation for research in these areas. However, another thing we believe is that telling customers what they want is beyond "arbitrary" ... it becomes antagonistic and simply goes against our grain. Thus, we seek your feedback as we develop the DocuTicker Reports series. Help us make this report series as valuable as possible: complete this brief survey, and receive your choice of the first three DocuTicker Reports, plus a three-month free trial subscription to the series as our way of saying thank you.

We're in the information profession together and we need to work together through events, education, research, and resources to achieve the many exciting objectives the myriad members of our community are trying to achieve.

Best regards,
Michelle Manafy,
Director of Content
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 My Favourite Tipples

Rebecca JonesBy Rebecca Jones

Our small firm, Dysart & Jones Associates, is incredibly busy and I'm often working in airports and hotel rooms. Google Reader tracks websites for me, and I can check it from my BlackBerry, iPad or computer quickly and easily. The sites I check every day, even days off are:

  • Harvard Business Review Management Tip of the Day: This is a must for me, and, I encourage everyone to make it a must for them. The actual website has highlights of best practices and articles from Harvard's blogs by some of the top thought-leaders and researchers of organizational practices. I also subscribe to the email version which arrives early each morning with a capsule comment on a leadership issue.

  • Daily Dose of Imagery: is "a simple view" of Sam Javanrouh's day as seen through his camera lens. Art, particularly the art of life, which is what photographs are, adds to our perspective and enriches our thinking. I find looking at Sam's photo of the day often gives me pause - and insights.

  • Stephen's Lighthouse: What can I say about Stephen Abram's website that hasn't been said? If you are in the library profession or information industry you have to pay attention to Stephen's writings and discussions. Whether you like what he's saying or not, his intelligent and informed insights are gold - pure gold.

  • Trendwatching.com: This site does just what the name suggests - it watches and reports on trends, particularly societal and consumer trends. Since we do a considerable amount of planning with libraries in all sectors, we need to be current with the latest trends, and this site supplies that currency for me.

  • ReadWriteWeb: covers emerging technology trends and, as its home page so rightly says it "articulates what's next in technology and what it means for society at large." It makes me think. And in our profession, we need to think about "what DOES this mean for libraries?"

Rebecca Jones is managing partner with Dysart & Jones Associates. She is former Director of continuing education at University of Toronto's iSchool, and is an instructor & Advisory Board member. Early in her career, she worked for 14 years in large corporations in managerial roles in libraries, records management, human resources and IT. Her kids say she is a "confused librarian" since most of her work is facilitating for a broad range of organizations in academic, public, non-profit and corporate sectors, on organizational design, roles, decision-making, conflict management, planning and - having some fun. She's a Fellow of the Special Libraries Assoc., and pitches in where and how she can make a difference.


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  • [VIP] Latest popular LiveWire posts

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  • [FreePint] Exploring China information

    While the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has made a lot of headlines of late for (ahem) other reasons, it was mentioned in the Economist in May in its traditional financial context. The Economist reports that for the past year or two, according to the IMF, the big economies have experienced a "multi-speed" recovery. "The recovery has resembled third world traffic, where juggernauts and rickshaws, cars and cycles ply the same lanes at different speeds, often getting in each other's way." However, the Economist reports that, "for the past month or two, this traffic has slowed in unison." This points out the increasingly intertwined economic destinies for global economic leaders. However, the interrelated impact of these economies came into even sharper focus when HSBC's preliminary estimate for Chinese manufacturing fell just over a week ago, causing a remarkably strong reaction worldwide.
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 FUMSI Features

FUMSIFUMSI publishes articles, tools, and a monthly magazine, to give you practical help with information skills. Visit http://www.fumsi.com/

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Designing the Samurai sword: using facets to support agile, highly-effective information management

Jennifer SmithBy Jennifer Smith
FUMSI: Manage

How can info pros help users to find information when both organisations and information are evolving and becoming more complex? Jennifer Smith is convinced that adopting a faceted system, which assigns types and attributes to information, is the key and describes the ONEIS system which a number of information-rich organisations have successfully implemented.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Using a faceted approach, you describe each piece of information by its different facets (aspects or characteristics). By comparison, using a classification approach you fit each piece of information into the closest match in a predefined taxonomy or file plan. Critically, information is useful to different people for different reasons. The faceted, or descriptive, approach enables it to be retrieved by any of its different characteristics.'

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BBC World Service and Twitter

Abigail SawyerBy Abigail Sawyer
FUMSI: Share

Social media have changed news gathering not only for individuals but for venerable institutions like BBC World Service. Programmes and presenters can now interact with their audiences in a more immediate way and, via Twitter, audiences can be involved in history as it unfolds through tweets from reporters on the spot. Abigail Sawyer describes the impact of Twitter on BBC World Service.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'There is no doubt that social media have changed the way the modern newsroom works, but they have done more than that. They have changed how programmes, presenters and language services interact with their audience. Now we are listeners, too. BBC World Service broadcasts news and current affairs in English and 26 other languages on radio and online. All language services have Twitter accounts, some manually updated, others acting as feeds of content placed on their websites. This is matched by accounts belonging to individual programmes and members of staff.'

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FUMSI Forum

The latest recommendations and tips from our editors, contributors and community:

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DocuTicker Reports Series... free in exchange for your opinion

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China Beckons; What Info Do You Need to Answer?

Participate in FreePint Research: Survey on Information From and About China

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 VIP Features

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VIP issue 91VIP Magazine: Insider

In addition to providing in-depth reviews of information products, VIP Magazine features VIP Insider, which offers an inside look at current FreePint Research projects.

The most recent issue of VIP (No. 91) features the following in VIP Insider:

China Rising: New research project to investigate China-related information needs

By Robin Neidorf
Director of Research,
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There's no mistaking the excitement surrounding the economic opportunity China represents. Companies want to sell goods and services in China, manufacture in China, partner with Chinese firms, bring Chinese data to other markets ... with over 1.3 billion people (and an online population of 477 million), the upside potential of China-related initiatives is hard to resist.

A host of data providers offer up products and resources to help organisations get the information they need to ground these initiatives in intelligence. This month's VIP reviews of CEIC China and EMIS China from ISI Emerging Markets and China Connect from Bureau van Dijk Electronic Publishing compete with a wide range of offerings from publishers of all sizes, as well as government data and myriad consultants offering to guide organisations in their approach.

But what do organisations want and need when it comes to information by, for and about China? A big country, an enormous market and a complex business environment, China defies a one-size-fits-all approach to data identification, collection and analysis. When considering the opportunities presented here, there are many things to consider, such as: do organisations need market data by city, region, or other geographic denominator?; macroeconomic indicators?; deep archives or near real-time information?; financial and credit information on potential partners ... or on customers?; or all of the above? And when in the business development cycle is quality information most critical?

These are some of the questions that inspired the current FreePint Research: Survey on Information from and about China. This project attempts to create a better understanding of what types of information companies consider to be strategic when they work towards their ambitions relating to China. The project is sponsored in part by Bureau van Dijk, Informa Business Information, and ISI Emerging Markets, each of which has contributed useful insight into customer wants and needs.

At the same time, sponsors bring their particular perspective to the table. For example, Informa Business Information has recently finalised the details of a partnership with a Chinese company that provides data on health care research and clinical information. With access to this data, Informa needs more insight as to how this information can be as strategic and valuable as possible to customers.

A question on the minds of both buyers and sellers of China-related information is the validity of data. Since the market and economy are so enormous, it is difficult to determine how much information is enough to create a clear and accurate picture of business opportunity, market needs or competitive concerns. What is a relevant sample in a market of 1.3 billion consumers? Even dividing the country by city or region results in potential pools of almost unimaginable sizes.

At the same time, many non-Chinese buyers of China-related information indicate concerns over the trustworthiness of the data. Is information published by the Chinese government fully trustworthy? How can a non-Chinese firm find and vet a trustworthy Chinese partner firm?

FreePint Research: Survey on Information from and about China will collect information on the following, among other things:

  • The degree to which companies pay for information from and about China versus relying on non-paid sources.

  • The types of information that are most important, such as:

    • Chinese government-published information
    • NGO-published information
    • Business news
    • Financial information
    • Macroeconomic data
    • Market and customer data
    • Competitive information
    • Business environment news and analysis
    • Local information
    • Research papers
    • Clinical studies
    • Literature reviews
    • Abstracts of non-translated information.

  • The degree to which China-related needs and/or budgets have changed recently.

  • Specific needs for news content, STM (scientific, technical, medical) content, economic content or company information content.

The survey is not intended to be a comprehensive study of China-related information needs but rather a first step in establishing a foundation for understanding the role of China-related information in decision-making. In addition to survey data, the completed report (to be published in July 2011) will include additional insight from interviews with information managers who support information acquisition.

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Most Read Postings on the LiveWire Recently...

  • Content needs context

    I am having an information crisis this week - I know it is only Tuesday - but it makes me wonder if we are losing the basics about information and what makes it so valuable. My main gripe is around the lack of context especially in the use of social media - lack of context causes information to float in a vacuum and as such is almost meaningless...
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  • Customising online news via social media

    With an increasing number of people reading their news online, news providers have been keen to make the reading experience more relevant and personal to users. After all, with so many sites reporting the same news, publishers want to ensure that online users return to their sites.
    Read posting online »

  • Community-centric reading and library eBooks

    Fast making the rounds in the library community is marketing guru Seth Godin's "The future of the library" blog post. He makes an assertion that is at once heartening and troubling: kids today "need a librarian more than ever (to figure out creative ways to find and use data). They need a library not at all". He goes on to point out that eReaders make obsolete the library's role as "warehouse for dead books" and that "librarians that are arguing and lobbying for clever eBook lending solutions are completely missing the point".
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  • Consuming news on your own terms

    There is an argument to be made that search as the dominant access vehicle to information on the internet has actually transformed how we expect to access information everywhere. Readers once routinely subscribed to trusted information sources - newspapers, journals, magazines, even encyclopaedias. People turned to the one(s) they deemed most trustworthy for the answers sought.
    Read posting online »

  • Mobile devices can shorten your home life

    Use of mobile devices is growing by leaps and bounds, and reluctant IT and information managers are going to have to adapt sooner or later to suit the plethora of new gadgets that their users are increasingly going to own. But what if those same devices add three weeks to your working year?
    Read posting online »

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VIP Wire

Information-related product and news announcements. Post your releases and subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly for regular alerts.

Recent VIP Wire announcements...

  • Surrey Libraries to get next generation service...

    Library visitors and staff across Surrey are to get the latest technology kit and services while tax payers save money - thanks to a new technology deal. Surrey County Council's new contract will let library visitors enjoy free Wi-Fi in any of the Council's libraries and visitors using the library computers will sit down at brand new PCs. The self-service machines used to borrow, return and renew books and DVDs will also be upgraded, making them quicker and easier to use and readying them for the next generation Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology...
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  • OverDrive to Announce Solutions for Libraries

    As a result of unprecedented demand for eBooks, library directors, advocacy groups, and readers challenged leading eBook supplier OverDrive to find equitable and sustainable solutions to balance the interests of libraries and publishers. Key priorities for librarians include streamlined steps for customers to discover and borrow eBooks on a variety of platforms and devices, strong publisher support for library eBook lending programs, and additional options for digital book collections to meet the swell in demand.
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  • Researchers can now access IEEE content on Pubget

    Pubget, the search engine for life science PDFs has announced an agreement with IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association. The agreement, part of Pubget's Publisher Partnership Program enables Pubget to index IEEE's content from the past decade, which includes leading journals, transactions, letters, and magazines in electrical engineering, computing, biotechnology, telecommunications, power and energy, among others. Pubget is adding about 1.7 million papers from across the IEEE's more than 150 transactions, journals and magazines.
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 Jinfo - Jobs and Events in Information

JinfoJinfo is the central location for supporting your information career. The Jinfo Jobs database lists vacancies, and the Jinfo Events database lists workshops, conferences, training, webinars and other professional development opportunities.

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Jinfo Jobs:

Here is a selection of the latest featured vacancies in the Jinfo database:

  • Senior Researcher
    Put your expert knowledge of investment or retail finance to use in this challenging senior research role in a great team.
    Recruiter: Fabric Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Information Advisor
    A leading law firm is currently seeking to recruit a Librarian/Information Specialist to be based at...
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Senior Archivist
    Talented and ambitious Archivist required to establish a significant new service. A dynamic, business-focused approach to work are essential.
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Researcher/Trainer - Legal
    Legal Information Specialist with excellent research and training skills for top Central London Law practice.
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

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Jinfo Events:

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 Highlights from DocuTicker

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 Highlights from ResourceShelf

ResourceShelfThe editors of ResourceShelf add web-based resources to support business and professional research by the dozens. Get weekly highlights via email by subscribing to the ResourceShelf Newsletter.

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