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Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Featured Articles

While on maternity leave, Caroline Fielding found a great way to keep up with her professional development. It was hard work - but enormously rewarding.

Featured News

Wikipedia editors can now add citations that link to library resources in WorldCat.

Facebook faces fines for fibs.

Reduced or no Article Processing Charges for authors from EIFL network.

Digital Science has opened a subsidiary in Moscow.

Latest decision in ongoing lawsuit.

United Nations Digital Library; Europeana Photography; PHAROS Art Research Consortium; Elsevier appoints VP for Global Library Relations; Inspec adds Wiley Journals.

InfoToday Europe Blog

The European Commission is proposing changes to the rules that have governed the free circulation of content in Europe for almost 30 years.

A fascinating insight into programmes being run in public libraries around the world.

Times Higher Education has used citation data and analytics to identify the hottest topics in contemporary science.

Press Releases

In this post-truth world, can we still rely on archives to tell the truth?

Facet Publishing have announced the release of The Silence of the Archive by David Thomas, Simon Fowler and Valerie Johnson

Brill releases 21 Books in Open Access via Knowledge Unlatched

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, releases another 21 books in Open Access via library crowdsourcing platform Knowledge Unlatched.