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The rapid pace of change in the Open Data and Open Science landscape across Europe can make it difficult to stay informed.

Posted 22 March 2017

The UK Government, along with other organisations including the Guardian newspaper, has pulled adverts from YouTube.

Posted 17 March 2017

Call for applications from UK-based library and information professionals.

Posted 17 March 2017

New curriculum to be introduced in 2018.

Posted 14 March 2017

EBSCO offers grants to academic libraries; OUP announce pilot of legal current awareness feed; new modules added to Bloomsbury Law Online; new Latin additions to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online; Reprints Desk partners with The Copyright Licensing Agency.

Posted 12 March 2017

A Norwegian news site has been experimenting with its comments section; the Perspective initiative is hoping to use machine learning to identify online harassment.

Posted 10 March 2017

Government agencies conduct long-term and expensive R&D that private companies find hard to justify.

Posted 10 March 2017

Google to shut down Spaces and gives first glimpse of video conferencing app; Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries joins Portico; FSG launch infectious diseases knowledge hub; SAGE adds new video collections; Jisc appoints new trustees.

Posted 3 March 2017

The UK is one of the first countries to extend library lending compensation to cover e-lending.

Posted 28 February 2017

Brill releases Digital Cuban Culture Collection; open access humanities and social science ebooks from Knowledge Unlatched; Altmetric integrates Web of Science citation data; Atypon expands international offices.

Posted 24 February 2017

Speaker submissions sought for the Library Innovation Conference, with the theme of 'Super-Powered Libraries: innovation, influence, impact'.

Posted 24 February 2017

New service aims to connect researchers with relevant content.

Posted 24 February 2017

The Perspective API is now open for use by developers.

Posted 23 February 2017

Call for users to have more control over how much data is collected - and how it is used.

Posted 22 February 2017

Google's fact checking tag has arrived in South America.

Posted 21 February 2017

Content from five leading publishers will feature.

Posted 20 February 2017

Microsoft calls for Digital Geneva Convention; AAAS and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partner to advance open access publishing; Springer Healthcare launches new medical education website.

Posted 17 February 2017

Research institutions had been without access since contract negotiations broke down.

Posted 17 February 2017

Over 160 works taken in daring heist.

Posted 13 February 2017

Tabloid newspaper deemed unreliable.

Posted 10 February 2017

Subscribers can gain access to subscription content abroad.

Posted 8 February 2017

Wiley aims to support authors throughout life of their research papers.

Posted 8 February 2017

National bibliographic knowledgebase to support research community in the UK.

Posted 6 February 2017

Elsevier acquires Plum Analytics from EBSCO Information Services.

Posted 3 February 2017

This year participants are asked to "be the change" for a better internet.

Posted 31 January 2017

Surprise announcement gives customers a brief window to download and save their econtent.

Posted 31 January 2017

New role is a world first.

Posted 27 January 2017

Biggest overhaul in site's history. New LinkedIn looks a lot like Facebook!

Posted 26 January 2017

Digital Trends Report says global internet penetration has increased 10% in the last year, and is now up to 50%.

Posted 25 January 2017

Instagram has confirmed live streaming is now available to all users.

Posted 25 January 2017

Agreement reflects video streaming growth in India.

Posted 25 January 2017

OA content from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, and Peru are now discoverable via OpenAIRE.

Posted 20 January 2017

Facebook says city is a great place to live.

Posted 19 January 2017

CONUL call for papers.

Posted 18 January 2017

Facebook to trial a filtering tool as Germany prepares for election.

Posted 16 January 2017

Five European research organisations call on legislators to modify current EU copyright reform proposals to future proof European research excellence.

Posted 13 January 2017

A new survey aims to discover more about the perceived importance of information literacy.

Posted 13 January 2017

The European Commission has proposed policies and new legislation to help the EU make the most of its data.

Posted 11 January 2017

Over 300 documents went missing between 2014 and 2015.

Posted 11 January 2017

The 2017 Conference is being held in Scotland in June.

Posted 5 January 2017

Fake user checked out unpopular books.

Posted 3 January 2017

Plan to tackle interference in election.

Posted 3 January 2017

Employees have the right to ignore work email out of set hours.

Posted 3 January 2017

Facebook faces possible fine.

Posted 22 December 2016

With an election happening in 2017 German politicians want to tackle fake news with legislation.

Posted 20 December 2016

Google has published its 2016 Year in Search lists.

Posted 15 December 2016

The key to comprehension is brevity and simplicity.

Posted 13 December 2016

The European book publishing industry is worth an estimated €36-38 billion.

Posted 11 December 2016

British Library calling for nominations for manuscripts to digitise.

Posted 11 December 2016

App gives free access to over 100 000 books.

Posted 11 December 2016

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