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This end of series report collects a full thematic index of content from the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining" in a convenient PDF package for download and offline reading.
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We're in a situation where information usage possibilities and limitations are changing fast. For information managers the challenge is to stay ahead of the situation and to advise end-users on the new ways to use information and how to stay within the usage restrictions, whilst working with other departments such as IT on authentication and security, and with vendors to extend rights or embrace new tools and services. As the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage" concludes, FreePint's director of research, Robin Neidorf, looks at key findings from the research, articles and reviews, and outlines next steps to ensure success.
As the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining" reaches its conclusion, co-producer Andrew Lucas looks back over the series and highlights some of the key articles and events on subjects from authentication to content rights and responsibilities, original research and resource management. He also considers some of the key findings and next steps from the series.
Read more about RefME, the award-winning automated citation tool for researchers and students worldwide. We asked reviewer Cindy Romaine what she thinks makes it so popular.
Business information specialist, Chris Porter, talks to Thomson Reuters about the interaction between evolving customer needs and contractual conditions. He interviews Jonathan Beak, chief counsel of the Thomson Reuters Legal business for UK and Ireland, to look in particular at how the Thomson Reuters legal information division has changed its approach since acquiring the Practical Law Company and how this has also impacted on Westlaw.
Many information professionals are experiencing situations where end-users want to do more with the content and data than is in the contract with the supplier. Information management specialist Bill Noorlander explains the terms primary and secondary usage, gives examples of 'usage creep', and explains how to ensure end-users stay within specific usage guidelines, contractual terms & conditions - and how to go about extending these rights if necessary.
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If you missed our in-person sessions (New York and London) bringing together buyers and sellers to discuss the myriad challenges around understanding usage, reporting and value , here is your chance to get...
Product review of RefME, the automated citation tool for researchers and students worldwide.
Introduces the product and explains the value it offers its one million users, why use is growing so fast and why it's won and been nominated for a host of awards....
Co-producer of the the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining", Anja Thygesen, reflects on the latest FreePint reports and articles in the series and how they shed light on the complex subject of protecting intellectual property.
In the final section of her review of RefME, the free tool to create citations, reference lists and biographies, Cindy Romaine looks at the value of its data analytics revenue model and the support offered to users through the RefME Institute. Other similar tools EasyBib, Citethisforme, Citefast, Zotero and Mendeley are compared as are how it fits in with the more powerful EndNote and RefWorks.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2554
Euromonitor is a well-known name in the field of business intelligence, market and industry research, and carries out a wide array of primary and secondary information gathering. Sophie Alexander finds out about the options for searching, managing and reporting on usage, and authentication.
Cindy Romaine looks at the technology behind RefME in the third part of her product review of the free tool to create citations, reference lists and biographies in any format. She covers how the tool allows sharing and collaborating on resources, methods of adding information for both desktop and mobile device and how to synchronise between the two, as well as covering exporting and looking at new features just announced.
Market and industry research company Key Note offers a wide range of business intelligence products including benchmarking reports and company analysis. Sophie Alexander finds out about the options for searching, managing and reporting on usage, and authentication.
In the second part of her review Cindy Romaine explains how to use RefME, in her in-depth look at the free tool to create citations, reference lists and biographies in any format. She gives practical guidance on set up and examples showing how to use the tool.
Cindy Romaine has just reviewed reference management platform EndNote X7 from Thomson Reuters, Catherine Dhanjal asks her what the product offers and how it's different from free options.
Digital rights management (DRM) is evolving. We interview digital content expert Martin Murtland to find out more.
We review RefME, the automated citation tool for researchers and students worldwide. In the first part of the review researcher Cindy Romaine introduces the product and explains the value it offers its 1 million users, why use is growing so fast and why it's won and been nominated for a host of awards.
In-depth product review of EndNote X7, the reference management tool from Thomson Reuters for corporate and academic researchers.
Explains how it enables users to import and track references, produce subject reports, create citations within technical articles, and to...
Digital Rights Management (DRM) solutions are used to reduce the piracy of electronic media and maintain the confidentiality of enterprise documents. DRM technologies are not without their controversy. Author Martin Murtland covers how DRM solutions work, why they are used, the problems and benefits of using them, what to think about when selecting a vendor and the names of some of the main providers.
Concluding her product review of EndNote, Cindy Romaine covers development, competitors and pricing. She considers the maturity of the Thomson Reuters tool and outlines the important differences between reference citation tools and reference management tools. Competitors considered include the free tools Zotero and Mendeley, plus BibTex, RefWorks, Papers, and Reference Manager.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2549
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