Access Insights

Adventures in Data Visualization

Data visualization has become increasingly important in the academic world, but the cool thing about it is that it doesn’t have to be confined […]

Provenance Based Classification Schemes

Libraries don’t catalog government information like traditional collections. Traditional material is catalogued using a subject based classification system, such as the Dewey Decimal System […]

Access Innovations Announces DHUG East

Access Innovations is pleased to announce the date and location of their upcoming Data Harmony Users Group East (DHUGE) Meeting.

DHUGE will take place on […]

Book Signings at SLA 2016

This year’s Special Libraries Association (SLA) annual conference takes place June 12-14, 2016 in Philadelphia. There are unique opportunities and events being offered in addition […]

It’s Summer Reading Time!

Summer reading. These two words can instill both excitement and dread at the same time for a youth services librarian. Libraries across the country […]

Access Innovations to Overhaul Metropolitan Opera Archive Database

Access Innovations is pleased to announce an engagement with the Metropolitan Opera to redesign the database for the Opera’s archive.

The Metropolitan Opera Archive provides […]

Book Signing at SLA 2016

There are many activities taking place at this year’s Special Libraries Association (SLA) annual conference that is being held June 12-14, 2016 in Philadelphia. Besides […]

Organizing Knowledge

Humans classify and categorize everything from types of writing instruments to breeds of animals. Marjorie Hlava in her Taxobook states “you could even say […]

The Taxonomy Cafe

In order to continue preparing Special Libraries Association (SLA) taxonomists for more advanced implementations, we have asked a number of people to share their […]