Where did April go?! We're heading into the end of May and somehow with one thing and another I didn't manage to get our "Collection Selections" e-newsletter highlighting journal articles and new books published.
I also haven't had a chance to update the blog or start spring cleaning my desk! We did manage to write and post a new newsletter for the library though, so I would definitely recommend going over there and taking a look if you didn't see it when it came out on May 7th.
I have a few ideas on blog posts I'd like to get up and running. We had a couple of Q&As in the newsletter which I think we could flesh out a little more. One on co-insurance penalties and one on no-fault vs. non no-fault auto insurance states (an important topic here in New England since we can so easily cross borders into either territory). I was also talking with some friends this weekend about homeowners/renters insurance and, having just put in a claim on my personal articles policy, I thought it might be useful to take a look at some homeowners basics.
While most of my current ideas run toward the consumer end of the spectrum, we would love to provide more technical information on the blog for those professionals who are readers. Please, as always, feel free to email blog suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, I thought I might highlight some of the articles I wanted to mention in the April Collection Selections newsletter.
Our Library hosted a new seminar on May 8th taught by Craig Stanovich. He was discussing Cyber Risk and Privacy Violation Insurance. It was a very timely topic since a flood of new information on the topic came out this spring.
This was just a short sampling of some recent Cyber Liability items we have in our collection. If you're interested in more coverage of this, or another insurance-related topic we encourage you to stop by the library or shoot us an email!