Information Today Europe eNews

Monday, 27 June 2011

Featured Articles

The increased speed and ease of information capture and transmission is contributing to the number of privacy related news stories.

Building a network of supportive colleagues beyond the workplace is a great way to learn and develop as a professional.

Developments in digital publishing and the continued growth in popularity of e-devices are keeping publishers on their toes.

In hard financial times, it's important to find CPD opportunities which can have a real impact says Jon Beaumont.

Featured News

Partnership between EBSCO and Elsevier means researchers will benefit from easy search and access to an enomous database of scientific material.

Open Data Challenge and Hack4Europe! competitions were held at the EC's Digital Agenda Assembly.

The First World War in Everyday Objects project has captured 15,000 digital images from members of the public in Germany.

BL and Google plan to digitise 250,000 out of copyright books.

Press Releases

Surrey Libraries to get next generation service

Library visitors and staff across Surrey are to get the latest technology kit and services while tax payers save money - thanks to a new technology deal.

Library TeachMeet in Scotland

Library TeachMeet in Scotland