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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Featured Articles

Aaron Tay reflects on what has changed in academic librarianship, shares some important lessons and highlights the importance of future-proofing professional skills.

Featured News

A new exhibition celebrates the British Library's collection of over 6.5 million sound recordings.

LIBER publishes guidelines for libraries and consortia.

Scholarly publisher De Gruyter plans to digitise its backlist dating back to 1749.

Professor Maristella Agosti to give 2017 lecture in London.

InfoToday Europe Blog

When it comes to metrics, an analysis of tweets suggests that 77% of tweets referencing academic articles are mechanical in nature.

Internet Librarian International 2017 devotes a full-day track to understanding how libraries are working with users to redesign services, spaces and to understand usage.

A tracking study explored how news content was discovered and consumed by 3,400 desktop users over one month in 2017.

Press Releases

Making the case for open licensing in cultural heritage institutions

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage by Gill Hamilton and Fred Saunderson.

Brill Asia Opens a Branch Office in Beijing

International academic publisher Brill, through its regional office in Singapore, Brill Asia, has opened a branch office in Beijing, supporting its sales and marketing activities. The official opening took place during the 24th Beijing International Book