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Tuesday, September 30, 2014


A FREE download of sample articles—from Computers in Libraries, Information Today, Online Searcher, and Internet@Schools magazines—is now available. The download offers a rich assortment of some of our best articles for September, all specially chosen by ITI editors. If you're a librarian, information executive, publishing pro, researcher, or web manager, this is an informative and practical collection not to be missed.

NewsBreaks
Swets Declared Bankrupt; Expected to Sell Business in Parts
by George H. Pike
Netherlands-based content management company Swets Information Services has been declared bankrupt by a Dutch court and is expected to be sold to pay off its debts. In a press release dated Sept. 24, Swets confirmed the bankruptcy order and indicated that it is hoping to "continue discussions with organisations [sic] and individuals who may be interested in purchasing parts of the business. …"

Weekly News Digests
ACRL Standard Available for Public Comment
The Distance Learning Section (DLS) of ACRL announced that its standards committee prepared a draft revision of the 2008 Standards for Distance Learning Library Services. DLS requests that the public submit responses and suggestions on the draft by Nov. 1, 2014.
ingentaconnect Updates Go Live
Publishing Technology, PLC launched a new interface for and enhanced the features of its ingentaconnect scholarly publications resource. These updates constitute the first part of the multiphased relaunch of the ingentaconnect platform, with further enhancements planned during the next 6 months.
Peaxy Hyperfiler Manages Big Data
Data solutions company Peaxy released the Peaxy Hyperfiler, its hyperscale data management system for enterprises. It accesses and manages massive amounts of unstructured data without disrupting business operations and makes all data immediately available via a consistent data path.

NewsLink Spotlight
Five Apps for Hassle-Free Travel
by Brandi Scardilli
Preparing for the fall conference season can be a daunting task—there are hotel rooms to book, flights to schedule, and meetings to arrange. Here are a few services that will provide some relief from the stresses of traveling.
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Want to review some articles from our library publications? Download the free September content sampler (PDF) of recent articles and an exclusive subscription offer.

 

Disturbances in the Data Ecosystem: How the Pandemic and Techlash Will Become a Force in Your Lives keynote session video

Disturbances in the Data Ecosystem: How the Pandemic and Techlash Will Become a Force in Your Lives (42:29)

In this keynote session, Lee Rainie, director of internet and technology research at Pew Research Center, discusses public attitudes about data, machine learning, privacy, and the role of technology companies in society—including in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. He covers how these issues will be factors shaping the next stages of the analytics revolution as politicians, regulators, and civic actors start to focus their sights on data and its use.

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