What’s New in the Library?



New-in-the-Library feature added to PM World Library, updated daily

19 July 2014 – Dallas, London, Sydney – Two new features have been added to the PM World Library (PMWL) that should be of interest to library visitors who want to know what’s new without having to wade through various webpages.  Each time something new and relatively significant has been added to one of the underlying webpages in the PMWL, a short summary and announcement will be created and posted on the “New in the Library” page at http://pmworldlibrary.net/new-in-the-library/.

The title of each new listing, with link to the summary, can be seen scrolling on the right hand side of the home page at www.pmworldlibrary.net.

140719-pmwj25-new-IMAGEAccording to David Pells (pictured), PMWL managing director and editor of the PM World Journal, “The new in the library feature was launched earlier this month and there are now approximately 30 summaries of new library content available.  We’re trying to add more resources to the library daily now; the alerts on the home page will let visitors see some highlights without having to dig for them.”

In addition to the New in the Library feature, a scrolling Ticker Tape has been added to highlight major news related to either the PMWL or PMWJ.

“The combination of ticker tape and ‘new in the library’ feature add dynamic elements to the library website,” David adds. “We’re pretty excited about these new features, since we are adding a lot of really useful project management information to the library on a regular basis now.  We want our readers to be aware of the good additions.”

The PM World Library (PMWL) is a global resource for continuous learning in portfolio, program and project management (P/PM).  The PMWL is produced and maintained by PM World which also publishes the monthly PM World Journal (PMWJ), a web-based monthly publication featuring dozens of articles, papers and news stories about projects and project management around the world.  To see the latest edition of the PMWJ, go to www.pmworldjournal.net.  To learn more, visit www.pmworldlibrary.net.