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Developing information literacy beyond a Google search is a key role that information professionals provide to their clients.
AIIP members provide professional insights as presenters at national, international conferences for information professionals for SLA and ILI. Baton Rouge, LA
Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) and its members promote the business case for strategic information and analysis at the 2013 SLA Conference and Info-Expo, held June
The Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) has launched an outreach initiative intended to expand its international membership and bring more solo entrepreneurs into the fold.
Members of the Association of Independent Information Professionals who exemplify the “Right Stuff” skills and attitudes of the solo info pro will share the secrets of their success at the
Members of the Association of Independent Information Professionals will share their expertise with researchers and content managers from business, industry, education, government, and other fields
Attended by more than 100 members of the international organization, the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) donated nearly $1,500 in cash along with clothing and accessories
WESTPORT, Conn., July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Shore Communications (www.shore.com), leading research and strategy consultants serving the information industry, said today that it is launching a major research project to understand how enterprise content buyers have adapted to the recession and what those changes will mean for content vendors once the economy improves.The Shore research project -- titled "New Rules of Engagement: Re-Tooling Information Sales and Marketing for the New Economy" --...
By Lachance, Janice R As part of its focus on the practical applications of the internet, SLA unveiled the Innovation Laboratory at SLA 2008 So much is written and said about the Internet that we could be forgiven if we do not follow each and every development and innovation with the same interest and intensity we do our day-to-day responsibilities.
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