Jeanette Eldridge is an information specialist, currently supporting a number of systematic reviews at the University of Nottingham's School of Health Sciences. She is also a patent information specialist, and is secretary to the British Patent Information Professionals cross-industry group. Recently, she was a senior research librarian at the University of Nottingham, providing guidance to researchers in the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences on open access and supporting staff and students producing systematic reviews in medicine and healthcare. Jeanette has previously been an information professional in pharmaceutical R&D, with experience in supporting a range of researchers and IP professionals involved in drug-hunting projects.
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Product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite (value - help & training; competitors; development; pricing)Tuesday, 31st March 2020
The final part of our product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite, a customisable and flexible library resources and workflow management system, highlights the value of the platform, the help and training available, competitors such as Sinequa, Lucidworks and Watson Discovery, as well as other enterprise library management systems with reporting and usage data analytics features. We also look at product development and maturity plans and pricing information.
Note: Full review in Subscription Report (PDF)
Product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite (technology - search & user interface; outputs & alerts; administration)Monday, 30th March 2020
The third part of our product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite, a customisable and flexible library resources and workflow management system, looks at the search and user interface along with the administrative and analytical capabilities of the platform.
Product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite (sources - content and coverage)Friday, 27th March 2020
In the second part of our product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite, a discovery and insights tool offering a simplified user experience by replacing multiple information tools with a comprehensive solution whilst strengthening copyright-compliant collaboration, we focus on the product's comprehensive collection of scientific, technical and medical resources and its 120 million citations as well as its harder-to-find and older content.
Product review of CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite (key advantages; introduction; contact details)Thursday, 26th March 2020
CCC RightFind Enterprise Suite is a discovery and insights tool offering a simplified user experience by replacing multiple information tools with a comprehensive solution whilst strengthening copyright-compliant collaboration. In the first part of our product review we take a closer look at the company and product, along with its key advantages.
Data trends in the pharma industryWednesday, 19th February 2020
Information professionals within the pharma industry will no doubt be aware of the prominence of artificial intelligence and machine learning in 2020, but what other trends look set to shake the industry up this year? This article takes a look at what we can expect, including advances involving the Internet of Things and advanced analytics amongst others, and explores some of the data protection regulations worldwide.
Mini review of RightFind Business IntelligenceWednesday, 5th February 2020
A product in the portfolio from the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), RightFind Business Intelligence is aimed at library content managers, providing them with analytical tools to generate insights on content usage and spending, and budgeting tools to turn those insights into data-driven content investment plans. This mini review looks at the company and product and finds out who uses it and how it's used as well as looking at the competitive environment.
Mini review of RightFind NavigateWednesday, 29th January 2020
RightFind Navigate is a new product in the portfolio of the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) which promises to break down information and data silos within organisations, enabling a more effective generation of insights through personalised user views and by revealing undiscovered connections across different information assets. This mini review looks at the company and product and finds out who uses it and how it's used as well as exploring the competitive environment.
Adopting technology for discovery 2019 (Fresh insights through smart technology)Wednesday, 21st August 2019
In the final part of our report on Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities and the adoption of technology for finding content, we focus more specifically on the application of smart technologies to surface insights. We highlight some of the more popular databases used by respondents and how well they meet their needs.
Adopting technology for discovery 2019 (Single point of entry/back-end integration)Tuesday, 20th August 2019
In this fourth part of our report on Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities and the adoption of technology for finding content, we explore the importance of discovery through a single point of entry or back-end integration and which groups of users benefit most from this. We also find out which products or platforms respondents were using for this purpose.
Adopting technology for discovery 2019 (Keeping up with technology)Friday, 16th August 2019
Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities looks at the adoption of technology for content discovery by information professionals across a range of industries. The third part of our report looks at how survey respondents keep abreast of technology developments, whether it be training and workshops, updates from technology vendors, or professional associations. Also included are links to conferences and training workshops of value to those in information professional roles.
Adopting technology for discovery 2019 (Foundation - definitions and desires)Thursday, 15th August 2019
Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities looks at the adoption of technology for content discovery by information professionals across a range of industries. This second part of our report continues to look at how information professionals are engaging with new technologies and, in particular, at definitions of "discovery" and topics of interest within technology.
Adopting technology for discovery 2019 (Introduction)Wednesday, 14th August 2019
Now in its third year and building on research from the past couple of years, Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities looks at the adoption of technology for content discovery by information professionals across a range of industries. This first part of our report looks at the types of industries that respondents work in, as well as their target markets.
Discover discovery - free report with survey participationWednesday, 8th May 2019
Take our survey on discovery tools and priorities today and receive a copy of the results as a thank you.
How technology is transforming pharma - key challenges and transformational changesMonday, 17th December 2018
This article identifies some of the AI-related challenges and opportunities for information professional's working in the pharma and life science field, helping them and their colleagues and customers gain an overview of the breadth of AI developments and their current impact and future potential, as well as providing some useful resources and references. Three elements of transformational change at the societal, organisational and personal levels are also explored which see AI developments being integrated into business activities and products.
My Favourite Tipples from a patent and health information specialistThursday, 22nd November 2018
My Favourite Tipples are shared by Jeanette Eldridge, a health sciences and patent information specialist. She shares some of her go-to resources in the field of patents, health and medicine.
New developments for pharma in AI and data analyticsTuesday, 19th December 2017
How is the pharmaceutical industry innovating in data analytics and visualisation techniques? This article provides an overview of recent developments in the sector and reveals how disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence have started to make an impact. It also looks at how non-pharmaceutical companies, including Google, are developing new approaches, and highlights tools and resources for data scientists working within the sector including IBM Watson and BenevolentAI.
My Favourite Tipples from a research librarianWednesday, 6th September 2017
My Favourite Tipples are shared by Jeanette Eldridge, a research librarian specialising in medicine and health sciences. She shares her favourite resources in areas from foreign language sources to protocols and systematic reviews.
Competitive Intelligence - a FUMSI EditorialTuesday, 29th May 2012
Competitive intelligence draws on the insights developed from gathering a wide range of factual information and sentiment reporting, together with knowledge and inferences built through an understanding of what makes your competitors, your industry regulators and your consumers tick.
Reports by Jeanette Eldridge:
Product Review of CCC RightFind Enterprise suiteThursday, 26th March 2020
RightFind Enterprise is a customisable and flexible library resources and workflow management system, made up of modules which enable access to a wide breadth of STM (scientific, technical, medical) primary literature and research databases, provide a unique depth of copyright visibility and...
Adopting technology for discovery 2019Wednesday, 21st August 2019
Jinfo's research on discovery tools and priorities looks at the adoption of technology for content discovery by information professionals across a range of industries. Now in its third year, we set out to build on research from the last two years with a focus on science-based research...
"Remote Information Teams"
If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Information Teams" to become fluent: