Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Featured Articles

Facebook can be an effective way for academic libraries to connect with their user community.

Student ideas for transforming education, research and student life to be developed into products.

Featured News

First proposal exploring cross border digital content due December 2015.

Wikipedia blocks 381 accounts for engaging in paid advocacy following an investigation.

Contract awarded to develop a national library card system.

Agreement follows four years of negotiation.

Research set out to discover most used social media sites.

Publishing giant promises to make ancillary copyright payments.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Survey of 2015 customer experiences shows that better information, combined with personalisation, create happy customers who are more in control.

Cybercrime is evolving quickly, putting organisations at risk from a range of attacks including data breaches and business interruption.

The demand for portable, cross-border e-content looks set to grow.

Press Releases

Clarifying copyright for library and information professionals

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Paul Pedley’s new book Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals.

Reprints Desk Enhances Article Galaxy with Library Help Desk Add-On

Reprints Desk Officially Rolls Out Library Help Desk Add-On Solution Following Multiple Sales and Deployments