EBSCO Information Services Releases Hispanic American Periodicals Index™

Materials in Hispanic American Periodicals Index encompass a broad range of topics ranging from political, economic and social issues to the arts and humanities.

IPSWICH, Mass. (PRWEB) January 17, 2020
EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) releases Hispanic American Periodicals Index™ (HAPI), a bibliographic database providing complete citations to the contents of scholarly journals related to Latin America and the Caribbean published around the world since the late 1960s. Hispanic American Periodicals Index, produced by the Latin American Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles, is now available for annual subscription through EBSCO.
Materials in Hispanic American Periodicals Index encompass a broad range of topics ranging from political, economic and social issues to the arts and humanities. The resource will also benefit researchers looking for Latinx or migration studies content. Hispanic American Periodicals Index currently indexes more than 400 academic, peer-reviewed journals and includes the contents of more than 700 journals dating back to 1968. Hispanic American Periodicals Index provides more than 340,000 citations with links to full text for close to 180,000 of the citations.
Hispanic American Periodicals Index supports researchers in Latin American studies and is searchable in Spanish, English and Portuguese. Subject indexing allows for easy search from any of these languages.The database is accessible via EBSCOhost®, EBSCO’s intuitive research platform, including all standard query, result and linking features.
EBSCO provides a wide variety of cultural and area studies resources that complement one another, including Fuente Académica™; Caribbean Search™; Chicano Database; Arab World Resource™: Al Masdar; Bibliography of Native North Americans™; Bibliography of Asian Studies™; and Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies™.
To learn more about Hispanic American Periodicals Index, visit:
About EBSCO Information ServicesEBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is the leading discovery service provider for libraries worldwide with more than 11,000 discovery customers in over 100 countries. EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) provides each institution with a comprehensive, single search box for its entire collection, offering unparalleled relevance ranking quality and extensive customization. EBSCO is also the preeminent provider of online research content for libraries, including hundreds of research databases, historical archives, and clinical decisions tools serving millions of end users at tens of thousands of institutions. EBSCO is the leading provider of electronic journals & books for libraries, with subscription management for more than 360,000 serials, including more than 57,000 e-journals, as well as online access to more than 1,000,000 e-books. For more information, visit the EBSCO website at: EBSCO Information Services is a division of EBSCO Industries, Inc., a family owned company since 1944.
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Former Lockheed Martin Information Security Officer Joins Advisory Board

Press Release – updated: Jan 15, 2020 08:13 EST

ARLINGTON, Va., January 15, 2020 ( – The Association for Cyber and Data Governance, which provides data privacy, protection and cyber-compliance training and education to professionals in the financial services industry, has announced that Stephen Gilmer of Iowa City, Iowa, will join its advisory board effective immediately. Gilmer, a certified CISO and published cybersecurity compliance writer, joins a growing advisory group that leads thought leadership for data privacy, data protection and cyber governance.
“Steve Gilmer is a tremendous addition to the ADCG Advisory Board,” says Carlos Solari, chair of the ADCG advisory board and former VP of Cybersecurity at Bell Labs and Chief Information Officer in the White House under George W. Bush. “He is a respected voice in our field and is well-versed in devising solutions for helping business leaders bridge the gap between the c-suite, GRC and cybersecurity technology professionals in order to mitigate the ever-increasing threat of cyberattacks and data breaches.”
With more than 25 years of experience in the cybersecurity field, including as an information security officer for Sikorsky Aircraft and its parent company, Lockheed Martin, Gilmer is a valuable ally in ADCG’s mission to influence the future of governance of data privacy, protection, and cyber-risk, especially within financial institutions. As a Six Sigma Black Belt, Gilmer has designed and implemented sensitive data and IP security control programs, shaped security policy at the national level, and has built and led the cybersecurity components required of multi-billion dollar government contracts. He also speaks at global cybersecurity conferences, publishes articles on the business necessity of proactive cyber-risk management, and conducts cybersecurity training for corporate leadership.
“I am excited to join such a distinguished group of colleagues with deep knowledge of the financial, cybersecurity and educational sectors,” says Gilmer. “I’m passionate about making value and trust a core part of an organization’s executive mission and cultural DNA. For any business to innovate, grow, and deliver value, it must make cybersecurity an integral part of its mission; the Association for Data and Cyber Governance helps organizations do just that.”
ADCG is a membership organization providing information, analysis, networking, education and training in data privacy, protection, compliance and cyber-resilience to Governance, Risk and Compliance Functions.
If you would like more information about ADCG, please contact Joy Meason Intriago at or visit
Source: Association for Data and Cyber Governance

Agenda Announced for the 2020 Data Governance & Information Quality Conference

DGIQ Conference

the world’s largest conference dedicated entirely to Data Governance and Information Quality.

SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) January 15, 2020
DATAVERSITY Education, LLC announced the agenda and officially opened registration today for the 2020 Data Governance & Information Quality Conference (DGIQ). The event will be held June 8-12, 2020, at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa in San Diego, Calif. For more details about the program, speakers, registration options, and venue, visit
More than 650 business and IT professionals typically attend this five-day event, which DATAVERSITY CEO and program chair Tony Shaw describes as “the world’s largest conference dedicated entirely to Data Governance and Information Quality.” Industry experts will present in-depth tutorials, workshops, and case studies on a variety of topics, including Data Governance and Stewardship, Metadata Management, Data Quality, Master Data Management, Data Literacy, data catalogs and business glossaries, and much more.
DGIQ is certified by DAMA International and satisfies the continuing education requirements for the Certified Data Management Professionals (CDMP) credential, which was established in 2004 as the gold standard for measuring accomplishment in the Data Management field. CDMP testing will be available at this year’s conference.
DATAVERSITY is a producer of educational resources for business and information technology professionals on the uses and management of data. Our team strives to provide high-quality content to the worldwide community of practitioners, experts, and developers who participate and benefit from our face-to-face hosted conferences, free online conferences, live webinars, white papers, online training, daily news, articles and blog posts, and much more. For more information, please visit

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Computer Information Systems Training Prepares Graduates for Lucrative, Exciting Careers

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
CIS Training Prepares Graduates for Lucrative, Exciting CareersComputer Information Systems (CIS) is a growing Information Technology (IT) discipline with many entry-level jobs for graduates. The field also has an excellent long-term outlook. For example, the demand for Computer and Information Systems Managers is likely to grow 12 percent between 2016-2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook. That’s a faster growth rate than the average for all occupations. So, a CIS degree from Kalamazoo Valley Community College can offer a high-earning, satisfying long-term career.
Kalamazoo Valley has been preparing students for careers in CIS for decades and more exciting courses will soon be offered. Beginning in 2020, Kalamazoo Valley will offer a new Python Programming course and Programming logic course that will meet on Saturdays. In the fall 2020 a new Web Application programming course and Certified Ethical Hacker course will be added.Kalamazoo Valley’s CIS graduates are employed in excellent paying careers at Bronson Healthcare, KalamazooRESA, Van Buren County IT Services, and at other area businesses. CIS instructor Christine Gearig explained that computer technology is a vast field with many disciplines and sub-disciplines. “Students often struggle to understand what a Computer Information Systems degree means for them,” Gearig said. “It’s easy to confuse Computer Science and Computer Information Systems degrees.”
Gearig explained that a Computer Science (CS) degree is intended for students who want to pursue hard core computer programming. Students learn to build software. “The emphasis is on math and problem-solving for software creation,” Gearig said. “However, in real-world environments, most companies don’t develop their software. They purchase ready-made applications from vendors and then customize them for their business requirements. The business of choosing the right software and customization requires less computer programming skills and more understanding of business needs. Computer Information Systems curriculums are designed to teach students how to use the right technology effectively for businesses.”Computer Information Systems majors learn about topics like system analysis, information architecture, information organization and management, and business consulting. CIS professionals help businesses choose the right technology.
Kalamazoo Valley Community College graduate Jennifer Lim needed a career change. After more than eight years of raising her children and earning a degree in Spanish and international business, Lim wanted to do something different. Lim said she loved solving puzzles, and putting broken things back together. So, she decided a career in computers and information sciences might be a great fit. After a year of training, testing and course work at Kalamazoo Valley, Lim said, she was quickly hired as a technology site coordinator, helping multiple schools throughout southwest Michigan keep their technology and computer systems up and running.
“I couldn’t do my job without that training,” Lim said. “The program really sets up for a global certification. So anyone can get that certification, and then you can use it anywhere in the world. It’s the same one the U.S. government uses for all of their training. So, I like to tell all the students that I’ve spoken with, if you get the certification – as long as you get a visa – you can work anywhere in the world the government will let you.”
For More InformationLinda Depta, Director of Marketing andDirector of the KVCC Foundation and Director of or 269.488.4821

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