Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Featured Articles

People who choose not to be on social networking sites should have the right not to be on social networking sites - privacy, reputation and control on Facebook.

In an international survey, librarians were questioned about their attitudes to OA and how their roles are changing.

Organisations have changed the way they interact with their stakeholders and social media is central to this change.

In order to benefit fully from the digital revolution, Europe needs to become a digital single market - as quickly as possible.

Featured News

A previously lost 'sensational' map naming America has resurfaced after more than 100 years.

Task Force to help scholarly community make the best OA choices.

The publication of the White Paper coincides with the launch of a revamped website.

NPG's fastest growing journal increases author license options.

Press Releases

e-Libro Announces New Mobile Apps Powered by ebrary

48,000 Spanish e-books now available online and offline.

Unique on STN – Numeric Property Search Feature in the Derwent World Patents Index®

Innovative feature for professional searches /FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for information Infrastructure has developed a unique numeric property search feature for 55 physical and chemical properties/enhanced search precision and a larger bandwidth

JISC Collections streamlines access to Knovel for UK universities

JISC Collections and Knovel are pleased to announce they have signed a new three year agreement.