Information Management magazine is the leading source for learning about the records and information management issues that matter to business. Written by top professionals and thought leaders, it features insightful articles about the latest records and information management trends, technologies, and best practices. Information Management readers will learn what they need to know to ensure that their organization’s information is managed in a way that supports good governance, risk management, and compliance.
In Review Submissions
“In Review” supports IM’s purpose of satisfying the growing information, educational, and intellectual needs and interests of information professionals by providing readers useful, descriptive, informative, objective, and balanced evaluations of new and currently available published works. Efforts will be made in each issue of IM to provide reviews of several types of materials reviewed by a different contributor, including:
- Published material, which includes books, technical reports, videos, white papers, industry studies, guides, and trade publications. “Books” may include monographs (a book-length study of a single subject) and reference books (volumes not meant to be read cover to cover, e.g., dictionaries or encyclopedias).
- Products, including online databases, CD-ROMs, DVDs, and equipment
- Electronic reference sites, which include websites and list services
Accuracy, balance, and fairness are important elements of reviews found in “In Review.” Each review will strive to offer a balance of positive and negative perspectives.
2011 Editorial Calendar
Submission forms, guidelines, and samples can be downloaded here.