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The 2018 Academic Publishing Europe conference (APE) considered Open Science, Open Access, blockchain for publishing, AI - and more.

Posted 07 February 2018

With only a few months to go before GDPR comes into effect, most EU countries remain unprepared.

Posted 26 January 2018

Redesign means some content will be made available outside the app.

Posted 24 January 2018

Hundreds of thousands of Wikipedia articles have no references at all. Campaign is calling for libraries to do their bit to improve the reliability of Wikipedia.

Posted 24 January 2018

DuckDuckGo moves beyond search to block trackers.

Posted 24 January 2018

Google is now selling audiobooks on the Google Play Store.

Posted 23 January 2018

Data-Planet is a multidisciplinary statistical data repository used in academic libraries, public libraries, government and commercial markets.

Posted 23 January 2018

Intranet development time is getting faster, influenced by Lean and Agile methods.

Posted 15 January 2018

Celebrating innovative libraries and info pros at this year's Internet Librarian International (16-17 October, Olympia, London).

Posted 15 January 2018

The portfolio of medical journals includes some OA titles.

Posted 10 January 2018

OpenDissertations.org will help facilitate discovery.

Posted 10 January 2018

Publisher continues to offer uninterrupted access to paywalled content.

Posted 10 January 2018

Almost a million books were distributed in 2017.

Posted 10 January 2018

Ruth Graham of the University of Worcester in the UK on how she and her colleagues convince students and academic staff to use the online library.

Posted 08 January 2018

The Bibliography covers approximately one million works published in Finland.

Posted 02 January 2018

Prompted by high profile attacks including those on the the NHS is the UK and on infrastructure in the Ukraine, cyber security was in the spotlight in 2017. Sam Reed shares his pick of cyber security resolutions for 2018.

Posted 02 January 2018

A complete ban on mobile phones will be introduced in 2018.

Posted 14 December 2017

Altmetric has released data on its most discussed research articles of 2017.

Posted 14 December 2017

Cengage has a strategy to become 90% digital by 2019.

Posted 13 December 2017

Humans and AI will combine to tackle extreme and violent content.

Posted 13 December 2017

Claims that fake profiles were used to approach targets in an attempt to glean information.

Posted 12 December 2017

Content sharing tool supports wider access to research.

Posted 12 December 2017

Fake news raises big questions about the nature of truth and the value of evidence.

Posted 30 November 2017

A group called Google You Owe Us is taking action in the UK courts.

Posted 30 November 2017

How will research and scholarly communications be impacted by blockchain technology?

Posted 30 November 2017

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