Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Featured Articles

On National Libraries Day libraries and their supporters ran events, activities and protests in support of all types of libraries. Gary Green took to public transport to celebrate National Libraries Day in his own way.

Winners demonstrate the value of iterative development and responsive design in the creation of successful intranets.

Featured News

Tweets will be appearing in Google search results later this year.

Forgotten 1300 copy could be worth £10m.

International Association of STM Publishers seeking to develop sharing framework.

Over 50% of young people admit to 'inappropriate' online activity.

Munich to return €2.5M books to Naples.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Emojis have been discussed at the Silk Road trial.

Fujitsu research paints a positive picture of attitudes and take-up of digital services.

Are students receiving value for money? And what can be done to help them choose their courses wisely?

Press Releases

ProQuest Transforms Research with Digitization of Rare, Historical Works from Bibliothèque nationale de France

Researchers can now explore early European history and culture as it happened with ProQuest’s release of the first 2 million pages in its massive digitisation project with Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) in Paris.

ProQuest Invites Future Info Pros to Apply for Annual Scholarship

ProQuest is now accepting applications for its 2015 Roger K. Summit Scholarship, which will award US$5,000 to a promising graduate student in library and information sciences.

Charting the development of preservation from antiquity to the digital age

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Preserving our Heritage: Perspectives from antiquity to the digital age.