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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

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The Open Data Institute's Nigel Shadbolt discusses open data innovation at CILIP 2016. In an age when everyone depends on data, information and knowledge, do people have the skills to interpret data correctly? And what are the opportunities for information professionals?

The Academic Reading Format International Study reveals UK students prefer having course materials in print -- but some like the convenience of electronic formats.

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Organisation proposes a Common Future for all of Europe's libraries.

Survey to identify challenges and priorities for innovative research.

Latest data suggests worse to come.

Sale includes Web of Science and Thomson CompuMark.

Stuart Hamilton, Mia Ridge and Jan Holmquist to speak at Internet Librarian International, the library innovation conference.

Service founded 30 years ago by librarians committed to library automation.

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How can organisations harness new tech to stay relevant and deepen relationships.

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

Can organisations benefit from a zero-email culture?