Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 08 July 2014

Featured Articles

Georgina Cronin's role as a UX Librarian is "as unique as the place she works".

An interview with information industry pioneer Roger Bilboul, the founder of the Online Information meeting, about his memories of that event in its heyday, and about his current company's plans for Internet Librarian International.

Louise Auckland shares her experiences of attending a David Gurteen Knowledge Café in London.

Featured News

Libraries in Manchester and Birmingham to help business start-ups.

EU caps roaming charges by up to 50%.

Millions of pages of historical content added.

Facebook manipulated the feeds of almost 700,000 users.

A new unit at Germany's domestic intelligence service will work to evaluate data collected online.

Press Releases

IFLA/Brill Open Access Award 2014 Goes to Knowledge Unlatched

IFLA and Brill are pleased to announce that Knowledge Unlatched (, from the United Kingdom, has been selected as this year’s winner of the IFLA/Brill Open Access Award.

Intota Enables Transformation of Library Workflows

Libraries struggling with the challenges of managing e-resources now have a flexible solution that streamlines their workflows. ProQuest today announced availability of Intota™, a transformative Library Services Platform.

ProQuest Debuts Beta of New Ebook Reader on ebrary Platform

ProQuest continues to innovate the use of ebooks in research, launching a beta version of its new ebook reader.