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Unlocking Open Access: Making it work for publishers, authors, and institutions
Wiley colleague Rachel Burley will be speaking on the publisher's view of Open Access.
October 17, 2014
Fayetteville, NY 

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Big data and digital humanities – a librarian’s view
Amanda Rust, Assistant Head of Research & Instruction, Arts & Humanities at the Snell Library of Northeastern University, Boston, MA, tells us about her experience of and visions for the use of big data and digital humanities. 

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HILJ– a free virtual issue

The Role of the Health Information Professional

The Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) virtual issue is a digest of articles which shine a spotlight on professional expertise, demonstrating what we can share and learn from each other. The articles embrace three main themes: new ways of working and the impact on end-users; emerging professional competencies; and fine-tuning effective information retrieval skills and strategies. The complete virtual issue is freely available online here.

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Survey Results

Many thanks to all of you who took part in the 2013 Librarian Survey conducted by Wiley during May. We have produced this infographic to summarize the key results from the survey covering the areas of budgets, digital books, print vs digital journal preferences and patron driven acquisition.