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Posted 08 May 2019

The National Medal for Museum and Library Service is the US's highest honour for institutions that make exceptional contributions to their communities.

Posted 08 May 2019

International Museums Day is celebrated in May 2019. Kenn Bicknell considers the lessons libraries can learn from museums.

Posted 03 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

Agreement reached with Norwegian consortium.

Posted 24 April 2019

Global Alliance of Open Access Scholarly Communication Platforms launched at a session organised by UNESCO.

Posted 23 April 2019

Third fine in three years may lead to changes in search.

Posted 21 March 2019

Internet Archive plans to cache content.

Posted 20 March 2019

Melanie Holst describes 'A Million Stories'. The library-led intercultural storytelling project is the largest curated collection of unfiltered personal accounts from refugees in Europe.

Posted 11 March 2019

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

Posted 07 March 2019

Two days of discussions about academic publishing covered China's role in OA, Plan S, value propositions, book publishing and much more. The event was not without controversy!

Posted 06 March 2019

Major decision reached by UC in push for open access to publicly funded research.

Posted 01 March 2019

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

Posted 19 February 2019

The aim is that the new organisation will be more effective and influential within its membership communities of libraries, publishers and tech partners.

Posted 18 February 2019

Plan hopes to support and grow the biotech ecosystem across southeast England.

Posted 15 February 2019

Five European research organisations call on legislators to modify current EU copyright reform proposals to future proof European research excellence.

Posted 13 January 2017

App gives free access to over 100 000 books.

Posted 11 December 2016

The European Court of Justice has granted French authors the right to be forgotten.

Posted 28 November 2016

After months of delay Facebook has as last responded to antitrust charges

Posted 15 November 2016

A round up of initatives to encourage a love of reading and books.

Posted 02 November 2016

Survey suggests half of all UK crimes are cybercrimes.

Posted 21 October 2016

Multi-channel initiative announced.

Posted 20 October 2016

Baroness Gail Rebuck speaks up for libraries and literacy in the UK's House of Lords.

Posted 12 September 2016

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?

Posted 16 July 2016

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

Posted 12 July 2016

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