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Tuesday, 17 March 2015

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New research: more than 80% of students use mobile devices to study, and claim it helps them to achieve higher grades.

23% of people who start courses go on to complete the majority of steps and all the assessments.

Ian Clark prefers to focus on the positive aspects of web anonymity.

Featured News

Workforce mapping project calls for wide participation in research project.

New research project to map key issues.

Google has opened its first shop in London and launched a new online store.

Ruling means prices are likely to increase in some countries.

Report reveals global internet speeds.

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New report explores the rise of the YouTube star.

Results of FreePint Survey show that overall content budgets are stabilising - or even increasing.

As the demand for offsite access continues to grow, are librarians providing seamless user journeys?

Press Releases

Datafari 1.0 - A new open source enterprise search solution

France Labs, the open-source enterprise software developers, announces the release of Datafari 1.0, a packaged open source enterprise search solution already deployed at DBI Services and at the city of Montpellier.

ProQuest Adds Muscle to Research of Spanish Literature

ProQuest is improving research outcomes for scholars of Spanish literature by amping the power of the classic Bibliografía de la Literatura Española (BLE).

New book examines the librarian’s role in early language and literacy development in under-fives

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Library Services from Birth to Five: Delivering the best start.