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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Featured Articles

30 'hackers' create apps and mashups to help make Europeana's cultural collections open and accessible to all.

The Hargreaves Report recommends streamlining and simplifying the UK's copyright and licensing processes. But is there a political appetite to bring about change?

When we last heard from our anonymous correspondent, she was about to be made redundant from a government KM role. She has now been offered a new job in the private sector. Here she explains why you should be prepared to take advantage of social networking tools - and your trusted contacts.

Recent stories in the UK, including 'super injunctions' and alleged phone-tapping, raise questions about the news media and privacy legislation. Is a whole new world of 'hidden' information opening up?

Featured News

Conference keynote sessions cover 'the future internet', social media, digital rights and data journalism.

Research highlights the most popular Google tools used in Competitive Intelligence and suggests that practitioners might be unaware of the range of tools available.

EBSCO Publishing and HW Wilson merger ‘to benefit the research experience for libraries'.

SAGE is to optimise its entire journal list for mobile access.

Internet Resources

Hervé Basset, independent consultant and author of the Science Intelligence blog, reviews the new JournalTOCs.

Press Releases

Serials Solutions Adds Sophisticated German-Language Search to the Summon™ Discovery Service

New capabilities allow for spelling variations and compound word handling.

AstraZeneca Executive Armand Brevig Joins Reprints Desk as Global Sales Director

Reprints Desk, Inc., a supplier of journal articles for research and evidence-based promotions, today announced the appointment of Armand Brevig as Global Sales Director.