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National Aquisitions Group announces second seminar for Academic Libraries.

Posted 5 December 2011

The Librarians' Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC) is delighted to announce the call for nominations for our 3 prestigious awards for 2012

Posted 1 December 2011

JISC Collections, which has hitherto been known mostly for its licensing & negotiation on behalf of UK HE / FE libraries, has now launched its own service to host some of that content - "JISC eCollections"

Posted 24 November 2011

The m-libraries support project is launched with a survey to help inform the project.

Posted 23 November 2011

The British Library has announced that, after twelve successful years as Chief Executive, Dame Lynne Brindley is to step down at the end of July 2012.

Posted 17 November 2011

The holdings of Middle Temple Library Rare Books and Manuscripts collection are now available to search through Copac.

Posted 14 November 2011

Axiell has announced the winner of its 2011 'Digital Cultural Institution of the Year'.

Posted 8 November 2011

Martyn Harrow, Director of Information Services at Cardiff University named as Head of JISC.

Posted 7 November 2011

ProQuest is to deliver the most acclaimed record of the US civil rights movement to an online world.

Posted 7 November 2011

Information professionals present Dialog’s new search service with top honours.

Posted 24 October 2011

Two major digital library networks have reached an agreement to collaborate in ways that will make a large part of the world’s cultural heritage available to a large part of the world’s population.

Posted 21 October 2011

Wiley-Blackwell and JISC Collections have successfully concluded a new three year NESLi2 agreement.

Posted 20 October 2011

The conference 'Science and the Internet' will be held in Dusseldorf, 1-3 August 2012.

Posted 9 October 2011

The GRDI2020 Workshop on ‘Global Research Data Infrastructures: The Big Data Challenge’, 18-19 October 2011 ( in Brussels brings to the table forward-thinking policy makers and world-renown experts from diverse fields to chart a

Posted 7 October 2011

Springer Science+Business Media has started its extensive digitization project, Springer Book Archives (SBA).

Posted 6 October 2011

The Conference of European National Librarians (CENL) has voted overwhelmingly to support the open licensing of their data.

Posted 27 September 2011

Joint NetIKX and Information for Energy Group seminar, 2 November 2011

Posted 23 September 2011

Serials Solutions has announced it has expanded agreement with OUP.

Posted 20 September 2011

Soutron wins funding from Technology Strategy Board.

Posted 13 September 2011

Merton has joined the London Libraries Consortium.

Posted 8 September 2011

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, announced today that it has selected Silverchair Information Systems to host the SPIE Digital Library on its SCM6 platform as of June 2012.

Posted 7 September 2011

Brill announces that from January 2012 it will be the publisher of two additional society journals: the Journal of Crustacean Biology (JCB) and the Tijdschrift voor Entomologie (TvE).

Posted 7 September 2011

At the 2011 Beijing International Book Fair a Journal Co-publication Agreement has been signed between Higher Education Press (Beijing) and Brill (Leiden). As of 2012 Brill will be responsible for the international print and online distribution of six sch

Posted 1 September 2011

Conference to focus on the importance of good data management.

Posted 30 August 2011

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, is proud to announce that from 2012 it will be the publisher of the Journal of World Investment & Trade. As a new service to its subscribers, the journal will start to offer online access, both to current con

Posted 29 August 2011