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Tuesday, 08 May 2018

Featured Articles

Universities are looking beyond traditional publishing pathways to disseminate research. Megan Taylor and Kathrine Jensen outline ways that a University Press can engage scholarly communities.

Featured News

WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, has increased its minimum user age from 13 to 16.

The Council for Learning Resources in Colleges is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

A librarian has won £10,000 at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Publiseer, the Nigerian digital book publishing platform and The Italian ebook aggregator StreetLib have formed a partnership.

Zuckerberg has been sharing the platform's plans to counter fake news, misinformation and political meddling.

Danish citizen first to be charged and convicted under new law.

Two beneficiaries have received the transferred works.

Over 2700 people around the world have signed the petition so far.

The demand for UK transnational education (TNE) programmes continues to grow.

ILI365 Blog

2018 is the 25th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day.

Geographic proximity to the home is important to encourage attendance at leisure centres, but with libraries the picture is more complex.

Press Releases

Gale Launches New Digital Archive on Political Extremism & Radicalism in the Twentieth Century

The First Digital Archive on Far-Right and Left Political Groups in the U.S., Europe and Australia

The Korea Times now available from ProQuest

Sixty years’ worth of content from The Korea Times is now available through ProQuest®, thanks to a new partnership with the newspaper’s publisher. Using the ProQuest platform, users can browse, read cover-to-cover, or search full digitized issues of the p

“Woodcuts in Incunabula Printed in the Low Countries” Wins 17th ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography

On April 23rd, Dutch scholar and Brill author Ina Kok was announced as the winner of the 17th ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography, for her magnum opus Woodcuts in Incunabula Printed in the Low Countries.

Preservica makes it easier for organizations to meet long-term GDPR obligations

Suite of new GDPR enhancements simplifies classification, search and reporting for long-term personal data

New book delivers firm understanding of XML for those working in modern information discovery services

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Coding with XML for Efficiencies in Cataloguing and Metadata: Practical applications of XSD, XSLT, and XQuery by Timothy W. Cole, Myung-Ja (MJ) K. Han and Christine Schwartz.