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Tuesday, 28 February 2017

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Several initiatives are being rolled out to fight the fake.

Featured News

Research institutions had been without access since contract negotiations broke down.

Google's fact checking tag has arrived in South America.

Content from five leading publishers will feature.

Call for users to have more control over how much data is collected - and how it is used.

Speaker submissions sought for the Library Innovation Conference, with the theme of 'Super-Powered Libraries: innovation, influence, impact'.

New service aims to connect researchers with relevant content.

The Perspective API is now open for use by developers.

Brill releases Digital Cuban Culture Collection; open access humanities and social science ebooks from Knowledge Unlatched; Altmetric integrates Web of Science citation data; Atypon expands international offices.

Microsoft calls for Digital Geneva Convention; AAAS and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partner to advance open access publishing; Springer Healthcare launches new medical education website.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Ogilvy report for advertising has some interesting messages for libraries.

Library and information science theory and practice should go together, each informing the other for mutual benefit and development.

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