Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 32, Issue 3-4

93 -- 94Bonnie C. Carroll. Information Professionals 2050: Educational Possibilities and Pathways
95 -- 100Barbara B. Moran, Gary Marchionini. Information Professionals 2050: Educating the next generation of information professionals
103 -- 115Michael B. Eisenberg, Sean P. Fullerton. ED and INFO 2052: Oh, the places you'll go!
117 -- 129William H. Graves. Is education's past its 2050 prologue?
131 -- 135Elizabeth D. Liddy. An entrepreneurial stance towards education of information professionals
137 -- 139David Silver. Digital natives on a media fast
143 -- 147Mary L. Chute. A core for flexibility
149 -- 153Charles B. Lowry. The "Open Movement" in research scholarship - What is it and what does it mean?
155 -- 159Joanne Gard Marshall. Workforce trends, issues and values
161 -- 166Nancy K. Roderer. IPWordles
169 -- 171Anne Caputo. Reflections on the state of specialized libraries: Five global trends all knowledge professionals should understand
173 -- 176Bonnie C. Carroll. From Knowledge Navigator and Watson to Star Trek: The role of the information professional
177 -- 181Buck Goldstein, Derek Rodriguez. Turning adversity into opportunity - Entrepreneurship and the information professional
183 -- 192Duncan Smith. Masters of librarian science
195 -- 201Marshall Breeding. The Library Information Landscape approaching the year 2050
203 -- 214Lorcan Dempsey. Libraries and the informational future: Some notes
215 -- 226Cathy Marshall. Big Data, the crowd and me
227 -- 229Roger C. Schonfeld. Information professionals to serve academia
231 -- 233Barbara B. Moran. Conclusion

Volume 32, Issue 1-2

1 -- 2Marjorie M. K. Hlava. NFAIS 2012: Introduction
3 -- 17Julie Carpenter. Researchers of Tomorrow: The research behaviour of Generation Y doctoral students
19 -- 24Jenni Rankin. Moving targets and experiments: One publisher's mobile journey
25 -- 42Victor Camlek. Measuring global competition
43 -- 47Joseph J. Esposito. Predicting the present
49 -- 54Howard Ratner. Living online: Any time, anywhere, any device
55 -- 63Chris Armbruster, André Pleintinger. A short report from the International Conference: "Semantic Web, Data & Publishing" - 24-25 January 2012, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (preceded by the Education and Training Course: "Hands on! Exchange of experiences & updates on technologies" on 23 January 2012)
65 -- 78H. Frederick Dylla. One publisher's journey through the public access debate
79 -- 83Kim Zwollo. Digital reuse rights in a fast-changing publishing environment: Content users' demands and licensing options for publishers
87 -- 92Sabah Bekkari. Integration of MARC bibliographic records for electronic resources subscribed in the Springer collections: Towards a consolidated e-book service at the Orange Labs Infodoc Centre