Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 06 March 2012

Featured Articles

Europe's largest public library development project is taking shape in Birmingham in the UK.

European Commissioner refers Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement to the European Court of Justice to consider its legality.

This year's MMIT National Conference will focus on the use of new technologies to help defer the impact of reduced budgets. Olivia Greenstreet previews the programme.

An OCLC report uncovers the opportunities for librarians, researchers and educators of working at 'webscale'.

Featured News

ebrary has made its 2011 Global student ebook survey available free of charge.

Up to two years of tweets will be available for market research.

Expanded content will result from agreements with leading publishers from around the world.

Version 1.0 launched - project calling for volunteer involvement.

Press Releases

Europe's publishers welcome Commissioner's clarification on IPR Treaty ACTA

Earlier this month, the EPC together with other IPR sectors co-signed important letters that were sent to MEPs, national Ministers and the European Commission expressing support for ACTA.

UK's leading consortia organise 'Consortia Conference' - 3 May 2012

Two of the UK's largest public library consortia, the London Libraries Consortium and LibrariesWest, announce a consortia conference to be held on Thursday 3 May in Bath.

Reprints Desk Launches 'Article Galaxy' Platform for Research, Manufacturing, and Legal Organizations Worldwide

Unifying multiple services, Reprints Desk’s new platform improves literature discovery and acquisition, scientific collaboration, e-detailing to physicians, medical information responses, and more.