Which types of articles are published on this site?
On this site you can find articles published in Ariadne since 1996, categorised into types of articles described below.
Over the years, editors have commissioned different types of content as the scope of publication evolved. In earlier issues some article types are more prevalent than in later years, and some article types are reduced or discontinued in later issues.
By following links in the left column below, you can see all articles in each category.
Here is an overview of article types, with brief explanations including numbers of articles in each category.
Editorials in Ariadne briefly introduce the content of each issue, highlighting themes of relevance to information professionals working in research, libraries, museums, archives, further education and higher education.
Event reports in Ariadne provide in-depth summaries of conferences, workshops, and other activities of interest to information professionals.
Feature articles in Ariadne are written by subject-matter experts invited to address topics of interest to information professionals.
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Concise summaries of news and events in Ariadne call attention to developments of interest to information professionals.
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The 'Odds and Ends' section in Ariadne offers light entertainment for information professionals.
Project updates in Ariadne explain developments in projects of interest to information professionals.
Regular columns in Ariadne cover topics of recurring interest to information professionals.
Reviews in Ariadne evaluate books and events of interest to information professionals.
The 'Tooled Up' section in Ariadne explains technologies of interest to information professionals.