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Leveraging Legal Data for Strategic Advantage: A Look at the Future of Law Libraries Webinar with Sarah Sutherland

Leveraging Legal Data for Strategic Advantage: A Look at the Future of Legal Libraries Webinar with Sarah Sutherland

We are pleased to announce an exclusive Soutron Global educational webinar with special guest, Sarah Sutherland...
Arise Sir Robot
One of the books I gave myself time to read over Christmas and New Year was this one. "Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future” Written in a very easy to read style and strong on factual references with a tailored version for UK consumption. It is well worth a read and is both alarming and engaging, even if you are not into robotics and engineering innovation.
Soutron Autumn Newsletter
During 2015 we added archival system functions and new capabilities to manage images into the Soutron system to achieve a combined library and archives application. Adherence to ISAD(G) standards as well as incorporating locally defined needs were major design goals. The system provides the means to structure collections and present content in a ...
Scary Horror Novels to read over Halloween
The nights are drawing in, the leaves are falling and the end of October edges ever near. All Hallows’ Eve is nearly upon us and so the ghoulish writings of authors over the last 200 years has left us with these devilishly delicious classic novels to scare us silly.
New James Bond Spectre
Lost in the rows of the bookshelves, tucked away in an archive or filed under missing, do you have a batch of titles that have disappeared from your library? These missing titles have puzzled you for days, weeks or even years. Just what happened to these books?