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Nature Publishing Group (NPG) is pleased to announce mobile-optimization for a number of its journals on

Posted 18 April 2012

FIZ Karlsruhe implements Chinese full-text patent file CNFULL on STN.

Posted 17 April 2012

Brill and Semantico have been shortlisted for a British Media Award based on the features and functionality of the new BrillOnline Reference Works platform.

Posted 12 April 2012

The Board of SLA Europe is delighted to announce the five winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) 2012. The winners will attend the annual SLA Conference in Chicago, 15-18 July 2012.

Posted 9 April 2012

Starting April 2012, short-term licenses to Parker Library on Web are available to institutions.

Posted 3 April 2012

Hindawi has received over 5,400 submissions in March across its portfolio of 300+ open access journals.

Posted 2 April 2012

The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) will hold its 43rd Annual Study Conference and Exhibition in Belfast.

Posted 30 March 2012

OCLC and the CIPE consortium, which comprises 11 university libraries in northern and central Italy, have signed an agreement to load CIPE library records into WorldCat.

Posted 20 March 2012

ALPSP announces the appointment of Dr Audrey McCulloch as its new Chief Executive

Posted 19 March 2012

Winners will be announced at the conference dinner at the Old Fruit Market, Glasgow on April 12th 2012.

Posted 8 March 2012

Machine Readable News service now delivers analytics on up to 50,000 news sites and four million social media sites to enhance trading strategies

Posted 7 March 2012

JISC announces new structure to reshape for the future.

Posted 29 February 2012

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

Posted 27 February 2012

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.

Posted 22 February 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.

Posted 21 February 2012

Organizations partner to form Anvil Academic, a digital publisher for the humanities. Anvil will focus on publishing new forms of scholarship that cannot be adequately conveyed in the traditional monograph.

Posted 13 February 2012

A transatlantic alliance between two industry veterans is set to change the face of corporate and special library automation in 2012.

Posted 8 February 2012

HARRASSOWITZ announces that both the RIPM Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals and the RIPM Online Archive of Music Periodicals are now available to be ordered from HARRASSOWITZ. Both are accessible via the new RIPMPlus platform.

Posted 8 February 2012

Latest feature in web app from Reprints Desk enables researchers to import multiple references from PubMed into Bibliogo for batch ordering and inclusion in crowd-sourced bibliographies.

Posted 2 February 2012

Brill has designed a typeface. Named “the Brill” it offers complete coverage of the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic scripts

Posted 2 February 2012

150 Russian research institutes involved in long-term collaboration

Posted 1 February 2012

Learn Chemistry brings the RSC's huge range of educational resources into one place.

Posted 27 January 2012

Swets is pleased to announce that Credo Reference has recently joined the SwetsWise eBook catalog with over 1,500 reference works from more than 80 of the world’s best reference publishers.

Posted 24 January 2012

Leading independent academic and professional publisher SAGE has commissioned a new research study to investigate library value.

Posted 20 January 2012

Elsevier collaborates with Leiden University Scholars to study Heritage Collection, Elsevier’s 2,000 16 – 18th century books

Posted 12 January 2012