New legislation on datasets means further opportunities for interesting and innovative mash-ups
Suzanne Wheatley reviews her progress against her 2012 objective of achieving 'balance'.
Cultural heritage organisations are looking for ways to open up their collections and data.
Achievements - and concerns - are highlighted in the latest review of the EU's Digital Agenda.
The commercial and social value of open cultural data is recognised by the EU.
Agreement reached which 'respects the rights of authors'.
The winner of the De Gruyter Saur/ IFLA Research Paper Award 2012 has been announced.
Finalists for best new journal and publishing innovation awards announced.