Innovation

By 2020 the workforce will consist of up to 50% of millennials.

Posted 08 July 2016

PwC continues its investigation into the value of the sharing economy - and finds growth outstripping its recent predictions.

Posted 01 July 2016

EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) has published its 2015 annual report, showing the results of its collaboration with libraries in 60 developing and transitional countries around the world.

Posted 31 May 2016

Student engagement at The Hive -- Europe's first integrated public and university library.

Posted 13 May 2016

Contrasting approaches to understanding students and their user experience explored at UKSG.

Posted 17 April 2016

In order to benefit from new and innovative ways of working, organisations must be able to mesh together the systems that drive technology, infrastructure, information, people and processes.

Posted 15 April 2016

New report looks at the impact of international academic collaboration across the UK research base. The leading edge of research is shared across countries.

Posted 11 March 2016

Education delivered via inexpensive smartphones can support new students, ensure lifelong learning, and transform the lives of girls and women.

Posted 10 March 2016

Almost a million Airbnb guests were hosted in London in the year up to November 2015.

Posted 01 March 2016

Key findings of the 2016 Tech Nation report show that access to great talent is the biggest potential risk to the UK's digital economy.

Posted 24 February 2016

ILI — The Library Innovation Conference — invites presentations from innovative info pros from all sectors, as well as those working outside a traditional library setting. ILI takes place at Olympia, London on 18-19 October.

Posted 15 February 2016

Two-way linking of content between Elsevier and ICPSR.

Posted 10 February 2016

Marydee Ojala joins other 'battle scarred veterans' of scholarly publishing at the 2016 Academic Publishing Europe (APE) conference in Germany.

Posted 08 February 2016

Julie Brittain, newly appointed Executive Director of INASP, on the powerful links between research expertise and national and global development.

Posted 04 February 2016

Valentine Charles of Europeana looks forward to the 40th Conference of ELAG (The European Library Automation Group).

Posted 28 January 2016

A round up of research projects to help computers understand sarcasm, sentiment - and the power of small talk.

Posted 26 January 2016

Nesta, the UK's innovation charity, has been making technology and sociological predictions for the last five years. What key themes has it chosen for 2016?

Posted 13 January 2016

An exploration of ‘visitors and residents' theory, how to get a job in LIS, and university students' use of mobile devices top this year's charts

Posted 21 December 2015

Strategies at Cambridge University's FutureLib programme reveal where the library fits within the wider student experience.

Posted 22 November 2015

A new study published by Thompson-Reuters places France as Europe's most innovative nation.

Posted 16 November 2015

The State Library of South Australia is using digital storytelling to promote its collections.

Posted 13 November 2015

Analysis of patent and articles metrics puts Stanford, MIT and Harvard at the top of the Reuters Top 100 ranking of the world's most innovative universities; top European universities include Imperial College London, KU Leuven, and the University of Cambridge.

Posted 25 September 2015

The United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development has released its 2015 report into the current state of broadband around the world.

Posted 21 September 2015

Student ideas for transforming education, research and student life to be developed into products.

Posted 11 September 2015

Survey of 2015 customer experiences shows that better information, combined with personalisation, create happy customers who are more in control.

Posted 11 September 2015

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