Upcoming CPD events
Due to demand UKeiG is pleased to announce an extra one-day course on Better Social Media For Libraries: Twitter, Blogs & Instagram at CILIP's headquarters in the heart of London on Thursday, 15th March 2018. Social Media provides essential marketing, communications and networking opportunities in today’s digital workplace, but what can you do to elevate your library or information service to a higher level of stakeholder engagement? This course is ideal if you are reaching a social media plateau and want to take your organisation’s use of social media to the next level.
Also returning by popular demand: Advanced Knowledge Management: strategy and digital implementation. This advanced course, run by KM expert Dion Lindsay and debuted in October 2017, explores in depth KM strategic planning and how to implement KM platforms effectively in the digital workplace. It will help you to articulate an organisational business plan to champion and start you on the road to a pervasive and successful KM culture in your organisation. The course emphasises the enterprise-level implications of Knowledge Management.
eLucidate 14 (2/3) winter 2017/18 is now available.
The UK einformation Group is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 14 issue 2-3 2017/18 of our journal eLucidate.
eLucidate is published three times per volume: around spring, summer and winter.
eLucidate features contributions from experts in the field, keeping members up to date with developments and innovations in the digital information industry, considering the impact on information professionals and consumers of e-information.
Topics include: knowledge and information management, digital literacy, effective information retrieval and search technologies, intranets, social media, open access, e-publishing and e-industry research and development.
eLucidate - UKeiG's journal
eLucidate is published three times per volume: around spring, summer and winter
Quick reference guides - UKeiG
This page contains the Quick Reference Guides commissioned by UKeiG. These guides cover a wide variety of topics from social media to knowledge management.
From time to time UKeiG publishes notices, summaries and statements covering issues that affect those working in the knowledge, information and library sectors - particularly where those issues relate to e-resources or communications. They will be published beneath this page with the most recent at the top of the list.
From time to time, UKeiG publishes longer papers which will appear here. Examples are the UKeiG White Papers series which are published initially for members but become open access after three months and the (new) annual publication of Electronic Information Resources Abstracts.