What can libraries and museums learn from the new creators and sharers of content and inspiration?
The University of Westminster adopted an 'agile' methodology and worked collaboratively with an external technology partner to develop researcher services.
The winners of this year's Lovie Awards have been announced.
Rates of voice searching have doubled in the past year.
New e-reading platform Blloon uses gamification to encourage young people to read and share more.
The search giant has published its results for Q3 of 2014.
Thousands of images leaked via a third party app.
Psychiatric hospital archives to become part of Wellcome's digitisation programme.
In Australia a library service provides ambulance workers with rapid access to critical information.
A round-up of stories featuring trolls, hackers, scammers and more.
Several surveys highlight the gap between employee expectations and the reality resulting in them creating their own 'Shadow IT' services.
This is another event in UCL's series of seminars addressing new developments and topics in the library and publishing domain.
Brill, the international scholarly publisher, launches its new broad open access journal in the humanities.
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