Academic Libraries

23% of people who start courses go on to complete the majority of steps and all the assessments.

Posted 13 March 2015

New research: more than 80% of students use mobile devices to study, and claim it helps them to achieve higher grades.

Posted 13 March 2015

As the demand for offsite access continues to grow, are librarians providing seamless user journeys?

Posted 12 March 2015

New research project to map key issues.

Posted 05 March 2015

27 pre-packaged subject sets of titles created for libraries.

Posted 19 February 2015

Universities from across the EU can now apply to join Ucas.

Posted 19 February 2015

E-book package will include 100+ titles by end of 2015.

Posted 18 February 2015

Are students receiving value for money? And what can be done to help them choose their courses wisely?

Posted 11 February 2015

Conference explores key areas of digital education and research.

Posted 09 February 2015

Study of papers in Cornell University Library's online archive (arXiv) reveals 'text overlap'.

Posted 02 January 2015

Ying Zhang on the results of a year-long pilot project at the University of Central Florida.

Posted 09 December 2014

Top tips from a Ned Potter workshop.

Posted 04 December 2014

Ian Clark on running workshops to help support students in their studies.

Posted 04 December 2014

When article processing and staff costs are included, OA compliance cost the UK over £20million in the last academic year.

Posted 21 November 2014

Is patron driven acquisition (PDA) a tool for efficient information management?

Posted 13 November 2014

There's a shift in how research is being communicated which altmetrics can measure - and librarians should be involved.

Posted 06 November 2014

The University of Westminster adopted an 'agile' methodology and worked collaboratively with an external technology partner to develop researcher services.

Posted 27 October 2014

Open Science can improve European competitiveness.

Posted 03 October 2014

Lalita Kaplish on a digitisation project that opened up an invaluable public health and social history resource.

Posted 01 October 2014

Swets customers are asking for clarification amid confusion following last week's bankruptcy announcement

Posted 29 September 2014

Changes in form and function of teaching materials and methods are creating a demand for a new library role - courseware advisor.

Posted 26 September 2014

Subscription agent Swets suspends payments and appoints an administrator.

Posted 23 September 2014

New ruling by European Court of Justice sets out guidelines.

Posted 12 September 2014

Shared data centre for academic and medical research.

Posted 08 September 2014

Do distance learners really want a Google-like search experience? The Open University wanted to find out.

Posted 05 September 2014