NEW YORK, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Dive into the world of open data and learn how to enrich your library with research published by trusted public sources during the Education Hot Spot session hosted by ReportLinker for Libraries on October 10 at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Information experts from ReportLinker, a leading business search engine, will reveal how to find and use public industry reports, including the advantages, the drawbacks and a list of top sources. Geared for librarians and research professionals, this session provides the tools needed to target the best public research available on the web today. "ReportLinker for Libraries provides students and academic professionals with a user friendly tool and exclusive research content from trusted sources – such as governments, statistics agencies, trade unions and many more – so they can save time producing reports and presentations. During the Education Hot Spot session, we will share tips and tricks to coach you on how to get the most out of data published by major public organizations," says Shadi Noujaim, Manager for ReportLinker for Libraries. Invitation for LibrariesSession Topic: How Can Libraries Use Public Data For Industry Research?Where: Frankfurt Book Fair Education Hot Spot - Hall 4.2, section D1446Date & Time: Wednesday October 10, 2012 from 12:45 to 13:15 Expert Host: ReportLinker for Libraries We hope you can join us for the Hot Spot session, and if not, we look forward to meeting you at the ReportLinker booth L424 in the Specialist Information Hall 4.2. For more information on research solutions for libraries, you can reach us any time by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.