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Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Featured Articles

Search expert Karen Blakeman on using alternatives to Google to get better search results.

School librarian Caroline Fielding reports on her successes using the Toe by Toe reading programme with teenage boys.

John Davies discusses the role of records managers in making sense of Big Data - and explores five Big Data myths.

Featured News

Two research reports explore e-reading trends for books and magazines.

Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, new project sets out to evaluate MOOCs.

Rules to "guarantee access to a full and open internet".

UK magazine The Spectator has launched a digital archive covering its 180 year history.

Survey in Scotland shows social media is becoming mainstream in the academic learning environment.

InfoToday Europe Blog

According to recent reports, Google is working on child-friendly versions of some of its services.

The social divide: Google search terms reveal inequalities in American society.

What did you do on your holiday? Did it include working?

Press Releases

Europeana launches 'Europeana 1989' project

Europeana has launched'Europeana 1989'. People across Europe are invited to share their experiences, stories and memorabilia from the time of the fall of the Iron Curtain in a digital archive.

Open Book Publishers wins the IFLA/Brill Open Access Award

IFLA and Brill are pleased to announce that Open Book Publishers, Cambridge (United Kingdom) is the winner of the IFLA/Brill Open Access Award for initiatives in the area of open access monograph publishing.