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This issue of Multimedia Information & Technology has a new look and we’d much appreciate any feedback via the reader survey which is printed in the journal and which will also be posted to lis-mmit as well as appearing on this blog.
The February issue features an overview of MMIT Group’s conference on mobile learning, insights into the myriad of electronic means at our disposal to connect with customers or users, Lyndon Pugh on management practices on information services, Kate Lomax on Middlemash 2009, and two different perspectives on the Association for Learning Technology’s annual conference.
Olwen Terris reviews two books: Classification Made Simple and Reference Information Services in the 21st Century.
In the news section are the University of Leicester’s new Media Zoo for graduates, Edge 2010 conference on innovation in learning, a new media centre for the disabled, update on legislation in equality and disability rights, Google search for public statistical data, measuring illicit file sharing in ISP networks, TechXtra – a new research database for technology, epaper, an update on Bletchley Park’s internet exhibition, a round-up of RFID technology news and new films from the BFI.
Kevin Curran’s technology round-up includes a free software site, a way to protect your online data, Google’s new cloud eBooks, free unlimited music downloads and Bookarmy: a new social networking site, while Ken Cheetham carried out a thorough product test on IRISnotes, a pen and mobile notetaker.
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