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A round-up of all the news you may have missed including: Elsevier launches Biology Research Network; T&F partner with The Conversation Africa; new case study collection from Emerald; JoVE adds physics; Webcomics and Webcultures archives from the Library of Congress; UK's national sculpture collection to be catalogued - and more.

Posted 25 June 2017

For two weeks libraries will enjoy unfettered digital access the first book in the series.

Posted 21 June 2017

Collection covers over 20 years of creative work and includes Monty Python notebooks.

Posted 13 June 2017

30 years of festival recordings and other materials donated.

Posted 09 June 2017

The USA, Japan and France lead the way in the 2016 top 100 Global innovators.

Posted 08 June 2017

One step towards an African digital library.

Posted 30 May 2017

First case of its kind finds someone legally liabable for liking, rather than posting, content.

Posted 30 May 2017

Largest release of digital records in Library of Congress history.

Posted 30 May 2017

United Nations Digital Library; Europeana Photography; PHAROS Art Research Consortium; Elsevier appoints VP for Global Library Relations; Inspec adds Wiley Journals.

Posted 26 May 2017

Times Higher Education has used citation data and analytics to identify the hottest topics in contemporary science.

Posted 25 May 2017

Wikipedia editors can now add citations that link to library resources in WorldCat.

Posted 25 May 2017

The European Commission is proposing changes to the rules that have governed the free circulation of content in Europe for almost 30 years.

Posted 25 May 2017

While on maternity leave, Caroline Fielding found a great way to keep up with her professional development. It was hard work - but enormously rewarding.

Posted 25 May 2017

Reduced or no Article Processing Charges for authors from EIFL network.

Posted 19 May 2017

Digital Science has opened a subsidiary in Moscow.

Posted 19 May 2017

A summary of some of the news you may have missed including: Wolfram Data Repository announced; Wikipedia and OCLC collaborate; Springer Nature ORCID initiatives; accreditation of CILIP's first Arabic course; LBF Virtual Conference.

Posted 15 May 2017

Fascinating research study suggests people aren't as susceptible to fake news as we might think.

Posted 12 May 2017

Discovery at Reading University is from one of the earliest printed books.

Posted 11 May 2017

What are the most popular streamed programmes around the world?

Posted 10 May 2017

Lens aims to recognise real world objects.

Posted 10 May 2017

Concessions will apply for five years.

Posted 08 May 2017

Collection includes content from museums and archives across Europe.

Posted 08 May 2017

Stockholm University Library share the experience of managing journal subscriptions without using a subscription agent - cost savings and improved speed of access, but significant staff time needed.

Posted 28 April 2017

Move reflects growing influence of online education.

Posted 28 April 2017

The 2017 Press Freedom Index points to an overall decline in global press freedom.

Posted 28 April 2017

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