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Subject:

Research: librarians' role in KM

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Catherine Dhanjal <[log in to unmask]>

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Catherine Dhanjal <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 10 Mar 2006 12:02:35 +0000

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Hi
This may be of interest - in addition, please feel free to circulate it to 
any health librarian colleagues who may wish to take part in the research -
please note the research will be completed by end March.
Many thanks.
Warm regards
Catherine

SOFTLINK COMMISSIONS RESEARCH INTO LIBRARIANS’ ROLE IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Launching at L+iS, April 2006

Library and knowledge management system specialist, Softlink Europe, has 
commissioned further research into external and internal information 
managed by librarians in the corporate sector.  Gathering, organising, 
storing and sharing information and knowledge assets from within and 
outside the organisation is a core element of knowledge management. The 
paper will be launched at the Softlink stand no. 626 at the Library + 
Information Show in April 2006.

To take part in the research, please contact [log in to unmask] or 
telephone 0208 655 0953 before the end of March.

Director of Softlink Europe, Iain Dunbar, explains, “Softlink has an 
active programme of research and development and we want to ensure that 
our development pipeline matches the future requirements of our 
customers.  We are also keen to ensure that our existing products meet 
current demands and regularly seek feedback from our customers via direct 
communication such as user groups and one-to-one visits. The research will 
complement this by enabling us to gather views from a cross-section of 
corporate librarians across the charity, health and legal sectors.”

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