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Tuesday, 09 June 2015

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

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.

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Snapchat's new Content Team will be covering big events.

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

Latest figures for 2014 show 6% fall.

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

ProQuest and National Library of Scotland to digitise 19th century House of Lords papers.

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New research suggests creative power of exposure to ideas and people.

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

Knowledge workers rarely do unique work. In fact they spend most of their time engaged in ‘re-work' due to the difficulty of re-using pre-existing knowledge.

Press Releases

Health Education England Selects ProQuest to Supply Healthcare Research Information to Professionals and Students

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), working in partnership with and on behalf of Health Education England, have signed a three year national license with ProQuest to provide access to a variety of core healthcare databases. This

CILIP publishes new guide to Professional Registration

CILIP and Facet Publishing have announced the release of the third edition of Building Your Portfolio: The CILIP guide