Information Today Europe eNews

Friday, 10 December 2010

Featured Articles

Due to its end of year scheduling, 'Online' presents opportunities to 'pause and reflect' and to consider where future trends are leading us.

If we don't understand how users are looking for and using information, how can we hope to meet user expectations?

Hazel Hall, Phil Bradley, Ulla de Stricker and Bonnie Cheuk explore new approaches to knowledge sharing for organisations

Our guest authors share lessons learned about using videocasts to help develop students' information literacy skills.

Featured News

New tool provides insight into science topic usage and trends

FT customers with a corporate licence will be able to access Financial Times journalism via the Bloomberg Professional service

Metadata from ECONIS—the online catalogue for the German National Library of Economics—will be searchable through EBSCO Discovery Service

ProQuest and Hatfield House team up to bring private and political documents gathered by Elizabeth I's advisors to the web

Press Releases

150,000 market report titles now available on

Website has become one of the largest listings of business reports

Charity begins at breakfast. SHR team raises almost £7,000 for charity

Sue Hill Recruitment has raised nearly £7000 for its nominated charities through contributions from attendees at its senior networking breakfasts and credit crunch lunches.

OpenAIRE opens access to EU scientific results

EU researchers, businesses and citizens able to have free and open access to EU-funded research papers via newly launched OpenAIRE (Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe).