We’re delighted to publish this eclectic issue after an extended hiatus. It embraces diverse topics including information landscapes, technological ecosystems, enterprise discoverability, humanities open data conundrums, research marketing and communication, web search analysis for the public good and that elephant in the room … artificial intelligence (AI).
During the July 2021 UKeiG members’ event, delegates were also presented with the outcome a major research project, a ‘private passion’ and ‘labour of love’ that has attempted to map and preserve the rich history of the Institute of Information Scientists. Past IIS Presidents Dr Sandra Ward and Martin White unveiled the fruits of a significant collaborative effort - ‘Evolution and impact: a history of the Institute of Information Scientists 1958 – 2002’ - set against the backdrop of two World Wars and the explosive increase in scientific research and scholarly publications.
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