Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Featured Articles

Given the importance of understanding how artificial intelligence, Big Data and human analysis work together, it is crucial for information professionals to monitor trends in Big Data's growth.

French data protection regulator demands that search giant extends ‘delisting' across all its international domains.

Analysis of patent and articles metrics puts Stanford, MIT and Harvard at the top of the Reuters Top 100 ranking of the world's most innovative universities; top European universities include Imperial College London, KU Leuven, and the University of Cambridge.

Featured News

Nominations for the 2016 Awards are now being sought.

Move aims to improve discoverability of and access to content.

Libraries are one of four key areas identified to help "enrich our cultures and pave the way for stronger economic growth and trade".

App provides a platform for strangers to share books.

ScienceOpen, the free research and OA publishing network, has now exceeded the ten million record mark.

InfoToday Europe Blog

While a UK politician experiments with crowdsourced questions to Parliament, other experiments in open democracy are much more advanced.

The United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development has released its 2015 report into the current state of broadband around the world.

Press Releases

How information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Is Digital Different?

Is the traditional library business model dead?

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Library Management in Disruptive Times: Skills and knowledge for an uncertain future.