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Tuesday, 02 September 2014

Featured Articles

New organisational structures mean that library roles and activities are being re-designed.

In theory EBA acquisition models promise a win-win for libraries, publishers and customers alike. But does the evidence support this hybrid model?

In the Australian state of Queensland a new model reflects the changed nature of library and information services.

Featured News

Norwegian study found reading on paper led to significantly better recall.

Twitter has begun to share favourites and users are not happy.

Government planning massive investment.

Open Access advocates believe model licenses will limit exploitation and re-use of research.

New law outlines the role of public libraries in the digital age.

InfoToday Europe Blog

According to recent reports, Google is working on child-friendly versions of some of its services.

The social divide: Google search terms reveal inequalities in American society.

What did you do on your holiday? Did it include working?

Press Releases

Wolters Kluwer Health Announces Impact Factor Gains Across its LWW Journal Portfolio and Medknow Open Access Titles

Wolters Kluwer Health announced impact factor gains across its prestigious Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) journal portfolio and Medknow open access portfolio with the release of the latest Impact Factor (IF) scores and specialty rankings, based on t

A landmark examination of the rare book and special collections field for practitioners

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Rare Books and Special Collections by Sidney E Berger.

TFPL Learning launches new range of courses

From September 2014 TFPL Learning will be offering a new range of personal development and information technology courses in addition to an enhanced range of knowledge and information management courses.