Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Featured Articles

The role of libraries and librarians must change to reflect the growth of multi-disciplinary study.

Featured News

A round-up of all the news you may have missed including: Elsevier launches Biology Research Network; T&F partner with The Conversation Africa; new case study collection from Emerald; JoVE adds physics; Webcomics and Webcultures archives from the Library of Congress; UK's national sculpture collection to be catalogued - and more.

The Association of European Research Libraries LIBER and OCLC Research announce a collaborative research study.

The UK electronic information Group (UKeiG) is seeking 2017 nominations for this prestigious award.

Collection covers over 20 years of creative work and includes Monty Python notebooks.

The Library and Archives Service of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has announced the release of the digital collection of its journal.

For two weeks libraries will enjoy unfettered digital access the first book in the series.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Scholarly database JSTOR considers how to redesign the scholarly monograph with the digital reader in mind.

Press Releases

Preservica Achieves AWS Education Competency Status

Digital preservation specialist, Preservica, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Education Competency status.

Facet Publishing appoint Taylor and Francis as exclusive agents in Australia and New Zealand

Facet Publishing, publisher of academic and professional books for librarians, information scientists, archivists and records managers, has appointed Taylor and Francis as their exclusive agent in Australia and New Zealand.

New book sets out a manifesto to make reading for everyone

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Reading by Right: Successful strategies to ensure every child can read to succeed.