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Emerald Reach aims to deliver high quality open access content.

Posted 05 October 2017

The EU has ordered Amazon to reply €250m it received in a sweetheart deal in Luxembourg.

Posted 05 October 2017

Organisational and commercial forces are driving change and experimentation.

Posted 04 October 2017

International coalition calls on EU to halt harmful copyright reform; RSC and Publons partner to recognise peer reviewers; De Gruyter launches science news site.

Posted 25 September 2017

ScienceDirect Topics offer a free layer of content on a number of scientific topics.

Posted 23 September 2017

ScienceOpen to host UCL's open access journal programme.

Posted 23 September 2017

Awards for excellence in the design of search and information retrieval products and services.

Posted 23 September 2017

Over 70,000 online news consumers were surveyed and additional qualitative research undertaken.

Posted 22 September 2017

The site, used by researchers to swap papers, is accused of copyright infringement.

Posted 22 September 2017

A study by Pew Research Center explores how citizens access science news.

Posted 18 September 2017

LIBER publishes guidelines for libraries and consortia.

Posted 08 September 2017

When it comes to metrics, an analysis of tweets suggests that 77% of tweets referencing academic articles are mechanical in nature.

Posted 07 September 2017

A new exhibition celebrates the British Library's collection of over 6.5 million sound recordings.

Posted 07 September 2017

Employers need to ensure their policies are clear.

Posted 07 September 2017

Scholarly publisher De Gruyter plans to digitise its backlist dating back to 1749.

Posted 07 September 2017

A tracking study explored how news content was discovered and consumed by 3,400 desktop users over one month in 2017.

Posted 05 September 2017

People fact-check less often when they are in a collective setting.

Posted 24 August 2017

This year's Internet Librarian International celebrates the superhuman impact librarians have on organisations, communities and individuals.

Posted 17 August 2017

A hate crime is a hate crime whether it is online or face to face.

Posted 16 August 2017

Thomson Reuters launches startup incubator focusing on big data; publisher pilot for managing and tracking author sharing via scholarly collaboration networks; peer review process to be investigated; BBC Monitoring joins OpenAthens; winner of IFLA Green Library Award.

Posted 25 July 2017

Third round of Digital News Initiative fund sees over 20 million EUR granted in 27 countries across Europe.

Posted 21 July 2017

Some improvements being rolled out plus news of planned developments.

Posted 20 July 2017

New functionality being tested in the US before rolling out worldwide.

Posted 20 July 2017

With the summer holidays in mind, budget airline EasyJet has launched Flybraries - a flying book club.

Posted 19 July 2017

A new Oxford University Press report explores the role of reference resources in research and teaching in academic institutions.

Posted 06 July 2017

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