This intensive two-day learning event provides plenty of informal networking among its participants and sponsors.
Internet Librarian International's Sponsor Showcase provides further opportunity for attendees to network and
review global information products, services and resources available now. The conference is structured so that
breaks, lunches and receptions give sponsors prime time to talk with attendees and establish their information needs.
The tabletop format for this Showcase exhibition area offers opportunities for quick demos and informal conversations
and the Showcase remains open throughout the event.
Eduserv is a not for profit IT services provider. Our services include:
Single sign-on access to protected online resources. Ideal for medical/academic libraries & used by over 4 million people worldwide.
Licence Negotiation: our Chest Agreements are valued by publishers and over 700 universities, colleges and other education providers in the UK & Ireland.
|Gale Cengage Learning|
Cengage Learning is a leading provider of innovative teaching, learning and research solutions for the academic, professional and library markets worldwide. Gale, part of Cengage Learning, serves the world’s information and education needs through its vast and dynamic content pools, which are used by students and consumers in their libraries, schools and on the Internet. It is best known for its accuracy, breadth and convenience of its data, addressing all types of information needs – from homework help to health questions to business profiles – in a variety of formats.
|LM Information Delivery UK Ltd|
LM Information Delivery – Your Partner in Information Services
LM Information Delivery is a leading subscription and information services provider. Our customers include university and research libraries, medical libraries, public libraries, government organisations and corporate information centres. We provide our customers with Subscription Management Services, eBook Services, and Database Services. We are a preferred supplier to SUPC and LUPC.
OCLC is a computer library service and research organisation dedicated to furthering access to the world’s information and reducing information costs. Over 72,000 libraries worldwide have used OCLC for cataloguing, reference, resource-sharing, eContent, preservation, library management and Web-services. OCLC and its members maintain WorldCat, the world’s largest bibliographic database.
247lib.com is a fully integrated multilingual library management system suitable for charity, college, community, corporate, health, law, public, school, university and special libraries. 247lib.com is packed with configurable options, easy search, engaging web pages, cloud management and flexible reporting.
247lib.com can be downloaded for onsite installation, or delivered preinstalled on a computer optimised for library management and ‘ready to run'. The ‘247lib.com in a box' can be located anywhere in the world, e.g. at your best value hosted service provider, with a full hardware and library support service.
BBC Monitoring observes, understands and explains media throughout the world. The combination of our expertise, ability to identify relevant sources, our regional knowledge and presence on the ground ensures we support you in understanding the issues, media environments and locations key to you.
BBC Monitoring Library
Emerging and archive news reports * IP Access * Sophisticated discoverability
Clarity through the chaos of today's media.
|Bailey Solutions Ltd|
Enquire: improving and proving your value
Come and see Enquire, which is our new enquiry system designed to improve and prove your value to your organisation by helping you record, re-use, monitor and manage your enquiries and keep track of costs. Statistical management reports will show how you are meeting performance targets and SLAs or simply prove how much time you spend helping your users and what type of enquiries you handle.
|Bowker (UK) Ltd|
Bowker®, a ProQuest® affiliate, is the leading provider of bibliographic information and management solutions designed to help libraries better serve their customers. We are the creators and distributors of products and services that make books easier for people to discover, evaluate, order, and experience, including Books In Print® , Syndetic Solutions™ and LibraryThing for Libraries™.
|Copyright Licensing Agency|
CLA licenses organisations to copy and re-use extracts from print and digital publications on behalf of the copyright owners - authors, publishers and visual artists.
This includes photocopying, scanning and re-use of content from magazines, books, journals, digital publications and press cuttings or documents supplied by a licensed third party.
EDINA is a national academic data centre funded by JISC to support the activities of UK universities, colleges and research institutes by providing access to a range of online data services through a UK academic infrastructure, as well as supporting knowledge exchange and ICT capacity building, nationally and internationally.
EBL- Ebook Library is a leading e-book aggregator for academic, corporate and research libraries. Its catalogue of titles covers all subjects and represents over 500 publishers. EBL provides a sophisticated range of tools, allowing libraries to purchase ebooks when and as they are needed. Its ‘Non-Linear Lending’ model allows multiple users simultaneous access. Titles can be read on most mobile devices.
|Ex Libris (UK) Ltd|
Collaborating with librarians worldwide, Ex Libris develops advanced software solutions that enable institutions to manage the full spectrum of library materials and processes and to empower patrons to identify and obtain the information they need quickly and easily, anytime and anywhere.
|Nature Publishing Group|
Nature Publishing Group publishes high impact scientific and medical information, including the leading weekly scientific journal Nature, the Nature research and reviews journals, Nature Communications and over 50 prestigious academic and society-owned publications. To discuss site licence requirements for these titles, Scientific American and Palgrave Macmillan journals, visit our booth.
|NewsEdge/Acquire Media UK Ltd|
NewsEdge from Acquire Media delivers business-critical news into your workflow, making content instantly usable and searchable. NewsEdge distributes news via feeds, web, email and newsletters to corporate servers, intranets/websites and end users with near-zero latency and pinpoint filtering. NewsEdge delivers the news you want, to where you want, when you need it.
|Oxford University Press|
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. In addition to publishing over 4,600 new books each year, Oxford University Press produces online editions of many of its most acclaimed scholarly and reference works including academic and research journals, dictionaries, encyclopaedias, general reference material, and monographs in a wide range of subject areas.
Palgrave Macmillan is a global academic publisher, serving learning and scholarship in higher education and the professional world. Our program focuses on the Humanities, the Social Sciences and Business across print and online. Our online resources include The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, Palgrave Connect which offers libraries a flexible approach to building an ebook collection from over 9000 titles and skills4studycampus, an interactive e-learning platform.
|ReportLinker for Libraries|
ReportLinker for Libraries finds, filters and organizes the latest industry data published by over 200,000 trusted public sources, including government departments, universities, embassies, trade unions, investment agencies and many more. With daily updates, our easy-to-use search engine provides instant access to official data and statistics on 350 industries around the world — all in one convenient location.
Serials Solutions® services are essential for discovery across entire collections and optimizing management of e-resources. Powered by a comprehensive knowledgebase, our Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions make it easier for patrons to search for and discover information in library collections, while offering librarians clearer assessment to make better decisions.
|Softlink Europe Ltd|
is the most versatile and engaging Library Management System in the world.
is the information professional’s management system of choice. With many easy
to use admin features giving complete control over the system, providing an almost
unlimited degree of personalisation, it promotes engagement with your customers
delivering simple to use reporting systems.
|Talis Education Ltd|
Talis Education Ltd is a start-up software company based in the United Kingdom. We create innovative, networked solutions for universities that enhance the learning experience of thousands of students every day. For more information about Talis and its software, including Talis Aspire - the leading reading-list application, visit: www.talis.com
Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has been a valued source of information and understanding for more than 200 years, helping people around the world meet their needs and fulfill their aspirations. Wiley and its acquired companies have published the works of more than 450 Nobel laureates in all categories: Literature, Economics, Physiology or Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, and Peace. Our core businesses publish scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly (STMS) journals, encyclopedias, books, and online products and services; professional/trade books, subscription products, training materials, and online applications and Web sites; and educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students and lifelong learners.
The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is an organization of 10 physical science societies, representing more than 135,000 scientists, engineers, and educators. As one of the world’s largest publishers of scientific information in physics, AIP employs innovative publishing technologies and offers publishing services for its Member Societies. AIP’s suite of publications includes 15 journals, three of which are published in partnership with other organizations; magazines, including its flagship publication Physics Today ; and the AIP Conference Proceedings series. Through its Physics Resources Center, AIP also delivers valuable services and expertise in education and student programs, science communications, government relations, career services for science and engineering professionals, statistical research, industrial outreach, and the history of physics and other sciences. http://librarians.aip.org
|Royal Society of Chemistry|
RSC Publishing is one of the world's leading scientific publishers, offering an exceptional range of peer-reviewed journals, magazines, books, databases and publishing services to the chemical sciences community. To view our full product offering, go to www.rsc.org/publishing
|The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals|
The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals is the UK’s leading professional body for librarians, information specialists and knowledge managers. CILIP is also a registered charity. Our vision is a fair and economically prosperous society underpinned by literacy, access to information and the transfer of knowledge.
CILIP is extremely proud to be Association Sponsor of Internet Librarian International 2012.
New books from CILIP's book publishing business Facet Publishing include: The Library Marketing Toolkit, THE TECH SET 2, User Studies for Digital Library Development, Information 2.0, Digital Libraries and Information Access and The New Professional’s Toolkit.
|Special Libraries Association|
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) (www.sla.org.) is a nonprofit global organisation for innovative information professionals and their strategic partners. It promotes and strengthens its members through learning, advocacy and networking initiatives. SLA Europe, founded in 1972, is a thriving network for information professionals in the UK and across Europe.
ASLIB is a membership association for people who manage information and knowledge in organisations. ASLIB provides training, advice and networking services, focusing on data protection, intellectual property and information governance issues. Established in 1924, as the Association for Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, ASLIB was acquired by Emerald Group Publishing in 2010.
|Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP)|
The Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) is the premier industry association for businesses that provide research, information management, and consulting services across a wide variety of industries. AIIP provides a forum for networking and the sharing of best practices; secures industry partner discounts; and publishes a quarterly newsletter.
|British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL)|
BIALL is the leading professional body in the UK and Ireland for information professionals working with legal information. BIALL is a self-supporting association which draws its income primarily from membership subscriptions. BIALL supports the professional development of its members by organising regular training events, at both a national and regional level, and through the publication of its quarterly journal Legal Information Management. The Annual Conference is also an important event for BIALL members, providing an opportunity to learn about and discuss, formally and informally, the key issues affecting the legal information profession. BIALL has strong links with international legal information associations and offers bursaries to attend overseas conferences as well as its own conference.
CLSIG (Commercial, Legal & Scientific Information Group) is one of the oldest special interest groups of CILIP. CLSIG supports and promotes the professional interests of members in commercial, legal and scientific workplace libraries & information services. This is facilitated by providing professional development training, networking opportunities for members, and representing their interests.
The Multimedia Information and Technology Group is a lively group which unites CILIP members and standalone members of our Group who are engaged in, or interested in, multimedia information and technology developments in library & information science as well as arts, education and museums across all sectors from schools to public and special libraries, museums and galleries.
|Swedish Association for Information Specialists (SFIS)|
SFIS is a non-profit organisation for information management professionals. The association was founded in 1936 and has about 1100 members. The members work in the private and public sectors, at universities, in government, in large conglomerates as well as in small companies.
The Association aims to improve the professional skills of its members, enabling them to attain the objectives of their organisations. The Association also endeavours to give its members the ability to advance their proficiency and keep them at the cutting edge of global changes - not least within the field of information technology.
SFIS offers its members:
- qualified courses and conferences at reduced fee
- news and intelligence on the information industry and new products (Online and web news - in Swedish)
- accurate research and best practice published in InfoTrend - Nordic Journal for Information Specialists (in Swedish with abstracts in
- a network of colleagues from all over Sweden.
SFIS - Shaping the Future Information Society
UKeiG is a well-established and active group for information professionals, users and developers of electronic information resources, offering a wide range of practical workshops, seminars and forums. Updates and information on UKeiG activities are available via many platforms including their website, blog, email discussion list, RSS feeds and Twitter.
|Computers in Libraries|
Computers in Libraries is a monthly magazine that serves as a showcase.and forum for library tech professionals to share their technological projects and success stories with one another. The magazine’s reader-friendly features and columns focus on practical applications of technology in public, school, academic, corporate, and special libraries. CIL is the librarian’s only independent, peer-to-peer resource on library systems and automation technology. It’s all tech, all the time.
|Free Pint, Ltd|
FreePint supports the value of information in the enterprise. We do this by publishing practical articles and in-depth reports on information practice, content and strategy. A FreePint Subscription provides access to everything we publish, and subscribers can share individual items freely with anyone in their organisations.
Information Today (IT), a monthly news publication, keeps information professionals “in the know” about news and industry trends that shape our world. IT offers hard-hitting features that provide insight and analysis into the world of information technology, while delivering updates about the latest innovative services and products. IT tackles the news from all angles to keep our readers informed on all fronts.
|Information Today Europe|
Information Today Europe provides news, facts and figures, strategic thinking, and informed comment on the trends shaping the global information space.
Information Today Europe focuses on innovation, technology and strategies for success in a wide range of information settings from corporate environments to academic and public libraries. Topics covered include knowledge and information management, e-resources, search and discovery, professional development, e-publishing news, technology updates, social media in action, and digital library strategies from across Europe. www.infotoday.eu
|Jobs for Info Pros|
jobsforinfopros.com is an independent job board advertising information jobs. jobsforinfopros.com works with recruitment agencies and direct clients to bring you a blend of the best and latest traditional and contemporary jobs from a variety of work environments. Including Law firms, professional service firms, banking and finance companies, consultancies, public libraries, utilities, arts establishments, museums, charities, government bodies, media companies, property firms, science and pharmaceuticals companies and academic libraries.
ONLINE: Exploring Technology & Resources for Information Professionals.is written for both experienced and novice information professionals –librarians in academic, corporate, and government work settings; serious.researchers; webmasters; site designers; content managers; and those.involved in knowledge/information management. It publishes practical.articles, product reviews, case studies, and informed opinions about.selecting, using, manipulating, and managing digital information products.
To complement our newsletters, blogs and forums, Capita produces a free library-focused quarterly magazine called Panlibus. Panlibus brings you the latest news from the library sector. Features include thought-leadership articles from prominent figures in the library industry, reports on projects currently being undertaken by libraries and other library-focused industries, and reviews of events.
Research Information is Europe’s premier magazine, website, and.electronic newsletter, for those working in publishing, information.management, or libraries. Distributed worldwide in print and digital formats, it tracks developments in information management, electronic publishing, libraries, database searching and ebooks, across science, technology, industry and the social sciences.