The Curator October 24 2018 issue

 
 
 
The Curator: October 24, 2018
 
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Busting the myths of working remote Join our webinar, Busting the myths of working remote, for an honest look at remote work and the pros and cons of being a “virtual” librarian. Register for Busting the myths of working remote
Modernization of federal libraries Every librarian is being asked to do more with less. Learn how some federal government agencies are expanding services and providing enhanced value even when budgets are tight. Modernization of federal libraries →
Making sense of Thomson One and Eikon Thomson Reuters is a big company with lots of information services, including some that overlap. Get the latest on two of their primary offerings: Thomson ONE and Eikon. Making sense of Thomson One and Eikon →
Copyright without borders With a presence in the US and the UK, we compare and contrast copyright law in those two jurisdictions, along with the closest thing the world has for global copyright protection. As librarians know, copyrights DO have borders. Comparing UK and US copyright protection →
Is your business worthy of a corporate archive? Companies and other entities don’t need to be big or old or focused on history to develop a professional archive. This article presents five business reasons and other resources to help any enterprising archivist or librarian get started. Is your business worthy of a corporate archive? →
CI considerations for PE and VC firms Competitive intelligence is a common research function with unique goals for every sector. This article examines the financial industry, through the lens of private equity and investment. CI considerations for PE and VC firms →
Research and intelligence topics for October LAC Research Director and law librarian John DiGilio offers 8 recommended readings this month, including new access to congressional research, the CLIO 2018 Legal Trends Report and an intro to the newest AI assistant, Vincent. Research and intelligence topics for October →
Election day 2018 We encourage all of you to vote on November 6, and as information professionals, to encourage and help others vote by sharing these resources: When, where and how to vote across the country → Voting policies by state at Rock the Vote →
Halloween
And also Guy Fawkes Day, Día de los Muertos, Samhuinn Fire Festival, Borgo a Mozzano, Daimonji and any other tradition you celebrate to honor the dead and mark the transition of seasons.
 
 
 
 
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