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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Featured Articles

The Academic Publishing Europe conference considered the ethics of publishing, covering everything from Peer Review to Piracy. Marydee Ojala reports.

A reading buddy scheme can save money - and have a positive impact for mentors and mentees.

Featured News

EBSCO offers grants to academic libraries; OUP announce pilot of legal current awareness feed; new modules added to Bloomsbury Law Online; new Latin additions to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online; Reprints Desk partners with The Copyright Licensing Agency.

A Norwegian news site has been experimenting with its comments section; the Perspective initiative is hoping to use machine learning to identify online harassment.

Government agencies conduct long-term and expensive R&D that private companies find hard to justify.

Google to shut down Spaces and gives first glimpse of video conferencing app; Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries joins Portico; FSG launch infectious diseases knowledge hub; SAGE adds new video collections; Jisc appoints new trustees.

New curriculum to be introduced in 2018.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Millennials are now the largest generational group in the USA.

The complexity of managing book collections in multiple formats is addressed in a new white paper by ProQuest.

Press Releases

ProQuest Explores Obstacles and Opportunities in Managing Book Collections

Whitepaper delves into complexities of balancing print and ebooks, highlighting opportunities for collaboration between librarians and content aggregators