Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 07 February 2012

Featured Articles

With so few Swedish language e-books available, Stockholm Public Libraries developed innovative responses, including working with partners to produce their own e-books.

The first NetIKX networking event of 2012 focused on developments in social media tools and their potential applications.

Social media facilitates valuable conversations. In Glasgow a group of librarians met up for a 'real-room tweetup'.

The second DREaM workshop, held in London, covered a range of topics including webometrics and user involvement in research.

Featured News

The European Commission has published the results of its Online survey on scientific information in the digital age.

Daily newspaper to cease, weekly 'tabloid' launched.

Elsevier's SciVerse ScienceDirect journals and e-books to be made available to users of OCLC's WorldCat Local.

Figures show increase in online newspaper visits and the importance of Facebook referral.

Internet Resources

Bethan Ruddock highlights the hashtags that can help us share conversations, learn from others, share our love of libraries, broadcast our activities - and more!

Press Releases

Elsevier and Russian Foundation of Basic Research Sign Agreement

150 Russian research institutes involved in long-term collaboration

Royal Society of Chemistry launches Learn Chemistry

Learn Chemistry brings the RSC's huge range of educational resources into one place.

PubMed Users Now Save Time Accessing and Organizing Scientific Papers by Using Bibliogo from Reprints Desk

Latest feature in web app from Reprints Desk enables researchers to import multiple references from PubMed into Bibliogo for batch ordering and inclusion in crowd-sourced bibliographies.