Another DHUG in the Bag

A lot goes into putting on programs and services of all kinds, whether it is a simple story time at the local library, a […]

Semantic Technology in Social Media

By |February 10th, 2017|News, search|Comments Off on Semantic Technology in Social Media

If you have uploaded a photo to your Facebook timeline lately, you already know the social media platform attempts to identify your friends’ faces in […]

Maintaining Access

By |February 7th, 2017|indexing, News, search|Comments Off on Maintaining Access

Most readers have no idea of the long-term and collaborative efforts that are made by committed industry players to provide us access to literature, […]

Predicting Behavior

By |February 1st, 2017|News, search, semantic, Technology|Comments Off on Predicting Behavior

We have all experienced it. You are browsing a retail website but you don’t purchase anything. Later, the same day or after a week, […]

New Digitization Project Increases Access

By |January 26th, 2017|indexing, News, reference, search|Comments Off on New Digitization Project Increases Access

Northern Illinois University recently announced a new digitization project in their release,”University Libraries awarded more than $448,000 for digitization project.”

The Council on Library and […]

Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Interviews Access Innovations and Discusses Their Unique Solution for Finding Relevant Information Quickly and Easily

By |January 23rd, 2017|Access Insights, Featured, search, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Interviews Access Innovations and Discusses Their Unique Solution for Finding Relevant Information Quickly and Easily

Tune in to Bloomberg International on Sunday, January 29, 2017. 
Access Innovations President Marjorie M.K. Hlava and Vice President of Marketing and Communications Heather Kotula are […]

Searching with Semantic Technology

By |January 17th, 2017|News, search, semantic|1 Comment

We humans by nature don’t like long lists of things. Our brains get easily overwhelmed and, as cognitive misers, we prefer fewer options, shorter […]