Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Featured Articles

Laura Palmer enjoyed the back-to-school mindset of a Library Make and Do Camp.

Libraries grapple with the challenge of remaining relevant in a modern city.

Three practical in-depth workshops deliver key skills in intensive sessions at ILI.

Featured News

Crime writer demonstrates support for libraries - with murder.

Yahoo has at last confirmed that it suffered a data breach in 2014.

SAGE Publishing has announced the acquisition of the OA journal portfolio of Libertas Academica.

The Informed Peer Recognition Award is also looking for judges.

The European Commission has been explaining its plans for copyright reform.

The changes remove attachments from character limit.

Music streaming continues to grow.

Cooperation to improve visibility of academic content.

Threatened with legal action over planned sharing of data with Facebook.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Lloyds of London surveyed senior leaders at almost 350 large European companies to explore their attitudes to cyber risks.

Press Releases

Third millennium BC objects move to the cloud

The University of Manchester Library has begun moving its digital Special Collections to the AWS cloud with the help of Preservica’s cloud based digital preservation and access system, deployed in April.

Brill’s 2017 Journal Prices Now Available

International publisher Brill has announced its 2017 journal program and prices.