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User responses to 3D printers has been incredibly positive - but offering a 3D printing service comes with its own issues.

Posted 10 July 2014

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.

Posted 4 July 2014

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

Posted 4 July 2014

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

Posted 3 July 2014

Understanding how recruitment agencies work can help you get the most out of the services they offer.

Posted 24 June 2014

Claire Beecroft, an information specialist, on why modern Library and Information Professionals need to be wired for sound.

Posted 20 June 2014

How can players from public administration, academia and industry work together to achieve open data sharing?

Posted 14 June 2014

The way we consume 'printed' news has changed forever - but what will happen next?

Posted 14 June 2014

Emporia State University set out to enhance student interaction and learning through the use of Augmented Reality.

Posted 3 June 2014

What makes the women-led recruitment specialists Futureheads an award-winning 'great place to work'?

Posted 3 June 2014

Twitter can be all at once wonderfully interesting and incredibly irritating. What tips the balance for you?

Posted 28 May 2014

How Internet Librarian International's conference programme takes shape.

Posted 26 May 2014

Experts reveal top priorities for organisations wanting to make the most of their information assets with enterprise search and corporate intranets.

Posted 26 May 2014

New BL website features digitised treasures of English literature.

Posted 23 May 2014

Dawn Downes shares tips she learnt from Karen Blakeman that have helped her - and her colleagues.

Posted 7 May 2014

500 members of the Research Data Alliance attended a Plenary Meeting in Dublin.

Posted 30 April 2014

Andy Tattersall identifies five ways in which Google could increase its uptake in academia.

Posted 30 April 2014

Speaking at UKSG, David De Roure surveys the rapidly evolving scholarly communication ecosystem.

Posted 21 April 2014

The future of academic libraries under the spotlight: part 2 of our UKSG coverage.

Posted 21 April 2014

The future of academic libraries under the spotlight: part 1 of our UKSG coverage.

Posted 21 April 2014

Copyright infringement is borderless, but the responses remain territorial.

Posted 3 April 2014

The second part of our Q&A with experts in search, information architecture, intranets, content management and usability.

Posted 3 April 2014

We asked experts in search, information architecture, intranets, content management and usability for their views on the key challenges facing organisations seeking to deploy search solutions.

Posted 3 April 2014

Martin White explains that search has moved up the priority list for organisations

Posted 3 April 2014

Data services, technology and expertise - the research community perspective on EUDAT.

Posted 31 March 2014

A new survey highlights growth areas for library staff; predicts declines in more established areas.

Posted 21 March 2014

Are you overwhelmed with 'stuff'? Andy Tattersall shares his Top Ten 'filters for the workplace' tips and tools.

Posted 19 March 2014

CILIP's Kate Greenaway Award celebrates the importance of illustration in children's literature.

Posted 17 March 2014

New research project aims to transform how current legislation is understood and used.

Posted 7 March 2014

EUDAT understands what is important when it comes to common data services.

Posted 6 March 2014

Jisc is offering students £5,000 grants to develop innovative ideas to improve education, research and student life.

Posted 5 March 2014

Andy Tattersall describes five tools that can help you organise your literature review collection.

Posted 21 February 2014

Dr. Toby Pearlstein reviews a "practical and pragmatic" book that recognises that one size does not fit all.

Posted 21 February 2014

The new-style longlist for CILIP's children's book awards has been announced.

Posted 18 February 2014

Ian Clark argues that improved access to ICT could help those in prison to find employment and re-integrate in society.

Posted 7 February 2014

FOSTER is an EC-funded project aiming to help young researchers learn about Open Science, OA and more.

Posted 7 February 2014

The discoverability of scholarly content is critically important in making high quality research findable and accessible.

Posted 3 February 2014

The EU has launched Creative Europe - a new programme for the cultural and creative sectors.

Posted 31 January 2014

Technology has created a whole new world for us and with it a whole new experience.

Posted 23 January 2014

Winners demonstrate importance of responsive design and shorter timeframes in the design successful intranets.

Posted 17 January 2014

Donald Lickley reviews an "excellent" careers handbook for information and knowledge professionals.

Posted 13 January 2014

Practical methodology focuses on quick wins, user feedback, and frequent iteration to deal with enterprise search challenges

Posted 13 December 2013

The average UK teenager owns six digital devices.

Posted 12 December 2013

Embedded librarians don't wait to be asked - they anticipate.

Posted 6 December 2013

'Create Once, Publish Everywhere' is new digital paradigm for libraries, museums and archives.

Posted 29 November 2013

The World Wide Web Foundation has published its 2013 Web Index.

Posted 27 November 2013

Starr Hoffman explores how academic librarians can enrich scholarly conversations.

Posted 27 November 2013

Report ranges from high level trends to country level analysis.

Posted 26 November 2013

Willie Miller discusses the use of game based learning to design innovative library instruction.

Posted 15 November 2013

What can search statistics tell us about user behaviour? Librarians at the University of Tromsø, Norway analysed over 20,000 searches to find answers.

Posted 14 November 2013

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