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Tuesday, 01 May 2012

Featured Articles

LILAC attracts librarians and information professionals who teach or are interested in information and digital literacies.

At the MMIT conference, delegates heard about the range of web tools and other technologies that can help deliver high impact services.

Opening up bibliographic data to new audiences can increase visibility of collections and improve discoverability.

Featured News

The libraries are planning to digitise 1.5 million pages of ancient texts.

CodeForScience competition looking for apps and mash-ups that use Elsevier content.

Successful fundraising campaign enables BL to acquire the earliest intact European book.

Report provides guidance for libraries, archives and museums on user generated metadata.

Internet Resources

How can the information team help lawyers understand the features and benefits of free vs. fee resources - and support them in making the appropriate choices?

Press Releases

Secure competitive advantage in China – STN now offers comprehensive Chinese patent information

FIZ Karlsruhe implements Chinese full-text patent file CNFULL on STN.

Mobile-optimized journals now on

Nature Publishing Group (NPG) is pleased to announce mobile-optimization for a number of its journals on

More than 150,000 fully determined inorganic crystal structures in the ICSD database

FIZ Karlsruhe strengthens innovative power of materials research:ICSD, the world’s largest database of fully determined inorganic crystal structures, now offers more than 150,000 evaluated records. These data help materials scientists optimize existing pr