Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 03 May 2011

Featured Articles

The European Services Directive aims to enable cross-border trade in services. And information professionals can help, says Sue Brown.

We all want to share our skills and knowledge. But how many of us have actually been trained to train others effectively?

The announcement this week that US public libraries will soon be making Kindle loans has got the profession talking.

Featured News

White paper from IAB Europe looks at the current state of mobile internet access across Europe.

TomTom to review data sharing after public backlash.

The National Library of France digitisation programme continues.

The Dutch are the top users of both Twitter and LinkedIn, new study shows.

Delicious has been sold to the founders of YouTube for an undisclosed sum.

Internet Resources

Hervé Basset, independent consultant and author of the Science Intelligence blog, reviews SEESMIC, which enables you to keep your social media accounts in one place.

Press Releases

E-journals preservation registry: launch of the PEPRS beta service

EDINA and the ISSN International Centre are pleased to announce the Beta release of PEPRS, the e-journals preservation registry service.

2011 LIRG Research Awards

LIRG is delighted to announce the call for the LIRG research award for 2011.

BOBCATSSS 2012 - Call for papers

The topic of the 20th BOBCATSSS Symposium has been announced - 'Information in e-motion'