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Tuesday, 14 February 2017

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A round-up of interesting initiatives and announcements you may have missed including the launch of a programme for displaced researchers and a new study on the usage of e-books.

In a white paper OpenAthens explores the challenge of ensuring flexible access to digital resources while keeping illegitimate users out.

Featured News

Elsevier acquires Plum Analytics from EBSCO Information Services.

This year participants are asked to "be the change" for a better internet.

Over 160 works taken in daring heist.

Subscribers can gain access to subscription content abroad.

Tabloid newspaper deemed unreliable.

Wiley aims to support authors throughout life of their research papers.

National bibliographic knowledgebase to support research community in the UK.

Surprise announcement gives customers a brief window to download and save their econtent.

InfoToday Europe Blog

The UK's higher education sector must embrace and maximise digital technologies if it wants to stay ahead of international competition.

Project seeks to introduce a benchmark for accessibility in e-book platforms.

Press Releases

Five years on and fully revised – new edition of the comprehensive handbook for special collections

Facet Publishing have announced the release of the second edition of The Special Collections Handbook.