Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Featured Articles

Open and linked data are critical to delivering the UK government's vision of a Big Society.

'Open, social, linked' content and the future of library collections discussed at UKSG's Harrogate event.

Information Today publishes a range of journals, newsletters, books and blogs in the information space, including a wealth of online content. Here we bring you recent highlights that you may have missed first time round.

Featured News

New conference will focus on practical aspects of enterprise search in Europe.

Elsevier is offering $35,000 in an international competition to develop apps to 'accelerate science'.

Autonomy's new search technology Aurasma embeds images and videos onto images of 'real objects'.

Kobo, the wireless e-reading service, has announced it is expanding in Europe.

Microsoft's 'rival to StreetView' will launch in Europe.

Internet Resources

Hervé Basset, independent consultant and author of the Science Intelligence blog, recommends EasyBib.

Press Releases

SLA Europe Information Professional Award

Professor Hazel Hall wins SLA's European Information Professional Award 2011.

Sage announces travel grant to ALPSP

Sage offering a free place to a librarian wishing to attend ALPSP International Conference.

Wellcome Library and ProQuest’s Early European Books Programme

Unique agreement with London's Wellcome Library adds rare scientific medical books to ProQuest's Early European Books Programme