Top 10 clicked INSight stories of 2013
Posted: January 24, 2014 Filed under: Enterprise Information Systems, eResearch and Scholarly Application Development, Information Management, Information Technology Infrastructure, Information Technology Services, Library and Learning Services, News, Planning and Projects Office | Tags: CARMS, research, Unified Collaboration
Playstation 4, Nelson Mandela, iPhone 5S and the royal baby were some of the most clicked items of 2013 worldwide.
A little closer to home, you must be wondering what the top ten most clicked stories of the INSight newsletter in 2013 were….right? Well here they are:
1. Record management – what you thought you knew (but maybe you didn’t)
2. Need a hand with information management?
3. Our students’ favourite library spaces revealed
4. Be aware of bogus impact factor sites
5. CARMS joins INS this year
6. How to prevent the pitfalls of predatory publishing
7. Popular software now available for Griffith staff
8. It’s coming….how will IPv6 affect you?
9. Have you received your new video phone?
10. Best practice guidelines for researchers on managing research data
Coming in at number 11 is this exciting article from August, which deserves an honourable mention – Griffith featured in The Guardian’s top uni libraries.
If you have any story ideas, feedback or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep clicking, reading, commenting and sharing in 2014 to stay up to date with Information Services news.