ILI365 Blog

The Portsmouth City Library wants its Harry Potter first edition back, along with the £42,500 recent sales price

Posted 20 October 2020

Posted 5 October 2020

Instead of an in-person World Library & Information Congress in Rotterdam, IFLA has announced that the August 2021 congress will be entirely virtual.

Posted 22 September 2020

European Union magistrate Maciej Szpunar issued an advisory opinion stating that the digital cultural library run by Preussischer Kulturbesitz (the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation) does not violate copyright laws.

Posted 14 September 2020

The extension to the Württemberg State Library in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, received the Architecture 2020 Concrete Award.

Posted 22 August 2020

Kelly LeBlanc, a knowledge management and taxonomy specialist at FireOak Strategies, looked at GDPR compliance now that the legislation has been in place for awhile.

Posted 12 August 2020

LYRASIS, a non-profit organization of libraries, archives, museums, and research institutions, based in the United States, published the 2020 Open Content Survey Report, which focuses on open content activities within the United States (U.S.) surrounding Open Access (OA) Scholarship, Open Data, and Open Educational Resources (OERs).

Posted 7 August 2020

Winners of the 2020 Altmetric Research Award are Dr Fabio Castro Gouveia, a scientometrics and altmetrics specialist at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Brazil, and Dr Elaine Rabello, a researcher with dual appointments at the Institute of Social Medicine, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Wageningen University, Netherlands. 

Posted 28 July 2020

The revised Business Research Competencies is now available.

Posted 3 July 2020

The Boccaccio Project Will Feature New Works by 10 Pairs of Composers and Performers to be Premiered Online During 10 Days in June

Posted 13 June 2020

The Knowledge Academy have identified the most commonly misspelt words in Google searches. They've also found an uptick in people using Alexa or Siri to find the spellings they don't know.

Posted 8 June 2020

The New York Public Library will be celebrating its 125th birthday in 2020.

Posted 13 January 2020

Report highlights the distorting effect of hyper-authored articles on citation and impact analysis.

Posted 10 December 2019

Report covers mapping of trends, actors and initiatives regarding the potential cross-border legal challenges that could be encountered in cyberspace.

Posted 29 November 2019

The International Alliance of Research Library Associations (IARLA) welcomes the move towards the open access environment for journal articles.

Posted 31 October 2019

Eleven outstanding projects celebrated.

Posted 18 October 2019

Demos, in partnership with Jisc, has set out to explore the potential impact of AI, robotics and other emerging technologies on the future of the research sector.

Posted 4 October 2019

New Pearson report gathers opinions of 11,000 learners in 19 countries.

Posted 20 September 2019

How easy is it to conduct digital business globally and what policy changes could improve the current picture?

Posted 8 September 2019

New report explores the issues and concerns that keep journal editors up at night.

Posted 6 September 2019

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has released its Digital Economy Report 2019.

Posted 5 September 2019

3.5 billion people are using social media; half the world population watches online video; emoji usage continues to grow.

Posted 18 July 2019

The long school holidays are around the corner.

Posted 4 July 2019

Expected changes to the demographics of the student body has implications for HE libraries.

Posted 8 June 2019

Goldsmiths College hosted a full day of discussions on what makes OA in the humanities ‘different'.

Posted 26 May 2019

The European University Association has released its 2019 Big Deals Survey Report.

Posted 21 May 2019

White paper suggests ways to improve usage data that will benefit all stakeholders including authors, publishers, funders, vendors, libraries, and readers.

Posted 9 May 2019

Libraries matter for Europe and Europe matters for libraries. IFLA and its partners have developed a library manifesto for Europe. Here are the highlights.

Posted 26 April 2019

In this Association of Research Libraries white paper expert Wikidata users recommend ways for librarians to use the open knowledge base in advancing global discovery of their collections, faculty, and institutions.

Posted 23 April 2019

New Springer nature white paper draws on several reports to recommend practical ways to accelerate data sharing.

Posted 2 April 2019

The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has released a statement describing the ways in which librarians help advance global scholarship.

Posted 20 March 2019

OCLC identifies the 100 novels most widely held in public libraries around the world.

Posted 7 March 2019

Information Governance needs to be owned at the top and cascaded down effectively.

Posted 19 February 2019

International real estate agent Savills has published its latest Tech Cities index report.

Posted 6 February 2019

Ten innovations that have the potential to provoke real change in pedagogy are explored in new report.

Posted 10 January 2019

New report shows complexity of research information management activities and the need for interoperability.

Posted 11 December 2018

The Altmetric Top 100 typically features research from a variety of disciplines, written by authors from all corners of the globe.

Posted 11 December 2018

Highly Cited Researchers (Clarivate Analytics) is an annual list of influential researchers in the sciences and social sciences from around the world.

Posted 29 November 2018

Digital Experience Insights Survey gives a student-centric view of HE and FE digital environments.

Posted 16 November 2018

Academic publishing plays an integral role in the research and innovation ecosystem, according to new research.

Posted 13 November 2018

Newspapers are an important part of the academic publishing landscape - and their use is growing.

Posted 12 November 2018

Latest Figshare report explores global attitudes towards open data.

Posted 2 November 2018

A new report produced by think tank Demos in partnership with the Reading Agency highlights societal benefits of reading.

Posted 2 November 2018

How we can make the most of collective human intelligence and machine intelligence to solve complex social challenges?

Posted 18 October 2018

The Library of Congress has published its new strategic plan for the years 2019 - 2023.

Posted 3 October 2018

A new Sandvine report looks at internet traffic and ranks applications on their traffic share.

Posted 3 October 2018

The Wikimedia and Libraries User Group celebrates and connects Wikimedians and librarians around the world.

Posted 19 September 2018

11 national research funding organisations have launched an initiative called cOAlition S.

Posted 5 September 2018

An analysis of trends in the Scopus database of scholarly research explores China's improving performance in research impact.

Posted 20 July 2018

UK publishing houses have had their best year overall; but textbooks have taken a massive hit.

Posted 19 July 2018

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