Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Featured Articles

New survey measures how academic library collections support research and teaching activities.

Now that we are officially in spring, Suzanne Wheatley decides it's time to re-visit key objectives for 2012.

Ongoing survey indicates clear need for effective enterprise search strategies.

Information Today publishes a range of journals, blogs, newsletters and books covering all aspects of the information space. Here we bring you some recent highlights.

Featured News

The European Commission wants to explore the best possible framework to realise the potential benefits of the Internet of Things.

The information literacy group of IFLA releases statement about the value of media and information literacy skills and makes recommendations for action.

JISC InfoNet research uncovers the costs to universities of fulfilling Freedom of Information requests.

New platform will provide CC0 access to NPG's publication data.

Press Releases

Hindawi grows to more than 5,000 submissions in March

Hindawi has received over 5,400 submissions in March across its portfolio of 300+ open access journals.

SLA Europe - Early Career Conference Awards 2012

The Board of SLA Europe is delighted to announce the five winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) 2012. The winners will attend the annual SLA Conference in Chicago, 15-18 July 2012.

Brill and Semantico shortlisted for a British Media Award

Brill and Semantico have been shortlisted for a British Media Award based on the features and functionality of the new BrillOnline Reference Works platform.