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This article presents an overview of significant issues facing contemporary information professionals.
      
As the world of information continues to grow at unprecedented speed and in unprecedented volume, questions must be faced by information professionals.
      
Bibliometric analysis - A new business area for information professionals in libraries
      
What will come after the digital library? Will information professionals still be needed? What services can libraries offer? Bibliometric analysis is an example of new business areas in libraries.
      
AHIMA has represented the interests of health information professionals since 1928 and has a membership roster of more than 45,000.
      
A compilation of job openings will be sold immediately after the Conference for information professionals unable to attend.
      
An obvious challenge in any project that investigates IS professionals is to define who are information professionals.
      
An intimate conjunctive parallel also exists with lifelong learning and the facets of library and information professionals.
      
As information professionals, it may be our responsibility to teach Web search techniques and Web site evaluation skills.
      
As a result, information professionals have emerged as key go-betweens in our society, mediating our encounters with technology.
      
But, it has the same meaning to us as library and information professionals.
      
Comparing and contrasting these two professions may provide some insight on how information professionals attain status within our society.
      
CAS makes this informa tion available through SciFinder and STN, the best search and retrieval tools for scientists and information professionals.
      
Contributions are included from research scientists, information professionals and search engine specialists.
      
Danner examines the literature of the professions for insight into the workplace relationships among librarians and other information professionals.
      
Dialog was designed for information professionals, not for casual or end users.
      
Dialog has achieved this success by partnering with information professionals in a variety of ways.
      
Every information professionals is responsible for the content that goes for e-publishing.
      
Examines the trend toward outsourcing in libraries and presents views from information professionals in various work environments.
      
He has spoken to thousands of information professionals and business man agers on every continent.
      
 

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