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Tuesday, 23 October 2018

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In Sweden, libraries are at the forefront of opening up the UNESCO heritage listed decorated farmhouses of Hälsingland by using immersive VR and enhanced marketing techniques.

ILI - the library innovation conference - opened with a video celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Two awards highlighting the best practitioners and organisations working with taxonomies announced at Taxonomy Boot Camp in London.  

Featured News

The National Screening Room digital collection aims to share items from the library's extensive holdings to as wide an audience as possible.

New policy means Twitter will make it clear when someone has posted a tweet that violates its terms of service. 

The Feminist Library has launched a crowdfunding campaign.

Some changes being made to licenses.

The aim is to show that anyone can learn the basics of computer science.

ILI365 Blog

How we can make the most of collective human intelligence and machine intelligence to solve complex social challenges?

Press Releases

Brill signs agreement to join CEPIEC’s Iresearch Platform

International scholarly publisher Brill and China Educational Publications Import & Export Corporation Ltd. (CEPIEC) announced their agreement at the Frankfurt Book Fair to make Brill e-books available on CEPIEC’s newly launched Iresearch online platform.

Hungarian Researchers Gain Access to Powerful Genocide Testimonies

Hungary’s Electronic Information Service National Programme (EISZ) has teamed with ProQuest to offer Hungarian libraries the USC Shoah Foundation’s entire Visual History Archive. More than 55,000 interviews with survivors of and witnesses to genocide are