Coalition For Networked Information Welcome to CNI The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the http://www.cni.org/
Extractions: The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. Some 200 institutions representing higher education, publishing, network and telecommunications, information technology, and libraries and library organizations make up CNI's Members Learn more about CNI CNI-ANNOUNCE or CNI News Feed (RSS) NEWS FOR OCTOBER 2010 Oct. 22 CNI Conversations wp.me/pGewu-2c Registration deadline for CNI's 2010 Fall Membership Meeting is Nov. 12, 2010. CLIR has released a draft report on the existing cyberinfrastructure and future needs to support classical studies ; comments are being solicited. See www.clir.org/activities/details/infrastructure.html Free Access to Royal Society E-Science Issues and More till Nov 30, 2010; of particular note, Aug. 2010 Sept. 2010 issues of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A focusing on E-science. The US National Science Foundation has posted some material on the new requirements for data management plans www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/dmp.jsp
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Extractions: Collection Name: NSDL Expert Voices Collection Description: Expert Voices uses weblog technology to support collaborative conversations among STEM content experts, scientists, educators, and students from key NSDL audience groups: K-12 teachers, higher-education faculty, librarians, and library builders. Moderated conversations are designed to tie NSDL resources to science news and add context for resources that enhance discovery, selection, and use. Grade Level High School Higher Education Middle School Intended Audience Faculty, Teachers, Librarians, Students, Informal Learners, Subject Matter Experts Language En Eng Link Http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/ Publisher / Resource Provider NSDL Resource Type Text Subject Keyword(s) Blog, Weblog, Blogosphere, Science, Technology, Mathematics, Engineering, Education, Teachers, University, Faculty, Experts, Librarians, Library, K-12, Informal Learners, NSDL Community, Posts, Learning, Conversations, RSS, Social Media, Digital, Classroom, Kids Blogosphere Health Instructional Issues Mathematics Social Media Social Studies Technology Close this window Resource Title: Coalition for Networked Information Description: The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. Some 200 institutions representing higher education, publishing, network and telecommunications, information technology, and libraries and library organizations make up CNI's Members.
Extractions: www.cni.org the web Beyond the Beginning: The Global Digital Library DYING FOR INFORMATION? A REPORT ON THE EFFECTS OF INFORMATION OVERLOAD IN THE UK AND WORLDWIDE PAUL WADDINGTON Reuters, United Kingdom Since 1994, Reuters has conducted three studies into issues of information in the business world. The first To know or not to know: the politics of information, revealed that despite the proliferation of office technology, we were still a race of information misers. The second: Information as an asset: the invisible goldmine, showed how companies failed to realise the value of their information. In October 1996, Reuters conducted the first ever study into Information Overload, called Dying for information, which revealed the significant extent to which overload is becoming a problem in the information age. This paper examines the findings and implications of this research. The Dying for information study launched by Reuters in October 1996 was undertaken principally for the business world. Reuters produces 27,000 pages of information per second. Many users who depend upon information do not consider themselves to be information specialists, for example sales managers and marketing people. The most complex use of information which they may make is accessing a database via a graphical Web interface. Talking to these users about information problems is not unlike trying to sell a spreadsheet to someone who does not want to add up. They cannot perceive the need for an information service on their desk or why it should be managed. They see information as problem, but see it as something which should be dealt with by others. However, once overload is accepted as a problem, people are motivated to find a solution.
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Extractions: More information about CNI Membership Meetings is available. Fall 2011 (Arlington, VA December 12-13, 2011) Spring 2011 (San Diego, CA April 4-5, 2011) Fall 2010 (Arlington, VA December 13-14, 2010) Spring 2010 (Baltimore, MD April 12-13, 2010) Fall 2009 (Washington, DC December 14-15, 2009) Spring 2009 (Minneapolis, MN April 6-7, 2009) Fall 2008 (Washington, DC December 8-9, 2008) Spring 2008 (Minneapolis, MN April 7-8, 2008) Fall 2007 (Washington, DC December 10-11, 2007) Spring 2007 (Phoenix, AZ April 16-17, 2007) Fall 2006 (Washington, DC December 4-5, 2006) Spring 2006 (Arlington, VA April 3-4, 2006) Fall 2005 (Phoenix, AZ December 5-6, 2005) Spring 2005 (Washington, DC April 4-5, 2005) Fall 2004 (Portland, OR December 6-7, 2004) Spring 2004 (Alexandria, VA April 15-16, 2004) Fall 2003 (Portland, OR December 8-9, 2003) Spring 2003 (Washington, DC April 28-29, 2003) Fall 2002 (San Antonio, TX December 5-6, 2002)
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Extractions: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (December 2008) The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization whose mission is to promote networked information technology as a way to further the advancement of intellectual collaboration and productivity. It is a joint initiative of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) as well as EDUCAUSE . It was founded in 1990 and has grown to include over 200 institutions which include both for-profit and non-profit members. It holds semi-annual conferences where its member organizations send representatives to discuss the current trends and activities of the networked information community.Its directors are also frequent contributors to scholarly journals in the information science field. It works on a consultative basis with many of its members, like for instance, it is working with the Library of Congress in an effort to map out a National Digital Preservation Program. It also works with international members in countries such as England and Germany.
Extractions: The podcasts include a conversation with CNI Executive Director Clifford Lynch, as well as discussions with several winners of the Mellon Awards for Technology Collaboration (MATC). These interviews are designed to function as an extension of the meeting, complementing the standard program, and providing an opportunity for the broader CNI community to hear from some of our key presenters and attendees.
Extractions: Library Plays Role in CNI Task Force in March By SUSAN R. MORRIS AND CHARLYNN SPENCER PYNE The Library of Congress played a prominent role during the spring 2000 meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information Task Force, held March 27-28 in Washington. The Library of Congress is a charter member of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), which was established in 1990 by the Association of Research Libraries and EDUCAUSE "to advance the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity." CNI's international task force of more than 200 institutional members, including libraries, library vendors, universities, publishers, and U.S. and foreign government agencies, meets each spring and fall for discussions of new technologies and library projects. Director for Public Service Collections Diane Kresh said that the CDRS Project will provide professional reference service to users anytime, anywhere, through an international digital network of academic, special, public and national libraries. Through CDRS, users will have Internet access to library experts who draw on digital and nondigital resources to answer their queries.
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Coalition For Networked Information | EDUCAUSE People. The epicenter of EDUCAUSE is you! Because we operate off an institutional model, everyone working as an IT professional, faculty or staff at Coalition for Networked http://www.educause.edu/Community/MemDir/CoalitionforNetworkedInformation/36864
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ECURE 2000: Clifford A. Lynch Clifford A. Lynch from the ECURE 2000 conference. Clifford A. Lynch Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information Keynote Address http://www.asu.edu/ecure/2000/lynch/lynch.html
Extractions: Keynote Address Clifford A. Lynch The Coalition for Networked Information ( www.cni.org ), jointly sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries and Educause, includes about 200 member organizations concerned with the use of information technology and networked information to enhance scholarship and intellectual productivity. ECURE Home ASU Home ... ABOR
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Extractions: Username: Password: Create a profile Forgot your username or password? Cancel Home ... Login Keyword Search: Major Initiatives Resources Professional Development Community ... About EDUCAUSE Location: Home Community Member Directory » Clifford Lynch Community Member Directory Associations Corporations Institutions ... By Geographic Location Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information Washington, District of Columbia UNITED STATES Publications Considerations for Campus Cyberinfrastructure Data Management ... June 2009 Opening up Learning: From Spaces to Environments EDUCAUSE Review May 2009 The Institutional Challenges of Cyberinfrastructure and E ... EDUCAUSE Review October 2008 Repatriation, Reconstruction, and Cultural Diplomacy in the ... EDUCAUSE Review January 2008 The Shape of the Scientific Article in The Developing Cyb ... Organizations or Campuses August 2007 Improving Access to Research Results: Six Points Organizations or Campuses January 2006 Where Do We Go From Here? The Next Decade for Digital Lib ...
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