Research

A survey by the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) puts a price on digital skills gap.

Posted 22 November 2015

Library touch points provide opportunities to support authors and contribute to research impact.

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

Academic publisher Elsevier responds to resignation of Lingua's entire editorial team.

Posted 08 November 2015

ORCID will help solve author name ambiguity problems in research and scholarly communications.

Posted 04 November 2015

In its latest White Paper, academic publisher Taylor and Francis gathers opinions about the peer review process from those who publish research papers and those who review, edit and publish them.

Posted 02 November 2015

LAMP - a library impact project - is using an iterative, user centred design approach. Bethan Ruddock describes some of the tools and techniques being used.

Posted 01 November 2015

Open dataset provides information on institutional research funding around the world.

Posted 13 October 2015

The nature of knowledge work is fundamentally changing, which could lead to an opportunity renaissance for the information industry, says research firm Outsell.

Posted 10 October 2015

European institutions performing strongly and many more countries appearing in top 800.

Posted 09 October 2015

Cross-industry campaign aims to help researchers choose best place to publish.

Posted 02 October 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

ScienceOpen, the free research and OA publishing network, has now exceeded the ten million record mark.

Posted 17 September 2015

FreePint research shows dramatic growth in corporate e-book use.

Posted 20 August 2015

Funding and bursaries available to help support the development of information literacy.

Posted 13 July 2015

What can neuroscience teach us about how people respond to content on mobile platforms?

Posted 03 July 2015

Conversations between providers and customers can drive real change.

Posted 03 July 2015

Book formed part of evidence to support Henry VIII's annulment from Catherine of Aragon.

Posted 08 June 2015

More than 500 global organisations and individuals have signed up to support The Hague Declaration on Knowledge Discovery in the Digital Age.

Posted 08 June 2015

Pilot study in English public libraries reveals that remote e-lending is popular with older, more affluent users but could reduce library footfall; best-selling titles accounted for over one-third of loans.

Posted 05 June 2015

Sharing ideas and information across and between institutions will result in positive outcomes for institutions and individuals.

Posted 03 June 2015

Partnership between Sage and Publons aims to improve the peer review process.

Posted 03 June 2015

Winning paper explores the role of data curators in the scientific research community.

Posted 03 June 2015

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