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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Featured Articles

The nature of knowledge work is fundamentally changing, which could lead to an opportunity renaissance for the information industry, says research firm Outsell.

EBSCO has released its price projections for the year ahead.

Featured News

Cross-industry campaign aims to help researchers choose best place to publish.

Final print run of library catalogue cards.

Case brought by law student after Edward Snowden revelations of surveillance operations.

Deal expected to be finalised later in 2015.

WSJ City will be free at launch.

New platform will help devices connect via the cloud.

InfoToday Europe Blog

European institutions performing strongly and many more countries appearing in top 800.

Although completion rates remain low, those who DO complete MOOCs report high satisfaction rates. Meanwhile, some learners are cheating their way to course completion.

Social media gaffes cause problems for many politicians in Canada's election campaign.

Press Releases

Article Galaxy Expands Authentication Solutions for Scientific, Technical and Medical Content Access with OpenAthens™ Partnership

Reprints Desk Partners with Eduserv to Address Challenges in Identity Management, Access, and Reporting in Scientific, Technical and Medical (STM) Research

ProQuest and Ex Libris Join to Accelerate Innovation for Libraries Worldwide

ProQuest, an information solutions provider, central to global research, has signed an agreement to acquire Ex Libris Group, a leading global provider of library automation solutions. The capabilities of ProQuest and Ex Libris span expertise in print, ele