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Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Featured Articles

The New Professionals are using social media to extend their professional influence and raise their profile.

Tech giant offers to pay £7bn for search specialist Autonomy.

Organisational decision makers are at 'cognitive breaking point'. If they are to help, information professionals should be focusing on five key challenges.

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Featured News

Fund available to launch new OA journals or to convert existing publications.

Pharmaceutical companies are to lose the right to close their company walls to public comment.

Google has been offered an out of court settlement in Belgium after Street View cars 'breached data privacy'.

Latest figures show growth in travel sites and continued popularity of social networking.

Press Releases

ProQuest Uncovers More Treasures from European Rare Book Libraries

Digitisation of pre-1700 books steps up as more libraries join the Early European Books programme.

Semantico launches Dictionarium for Android

Semantico announces launch of Dictionarium - a free online dictionary for Android.

New interim CEO to be appointed at JISC

After 35 years of working in post-16 education and research, Dr Malcolm Read executive secretary at JISC will retire in January 2012.