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Thomson Reuters collaborates with Latvia education ministry

27 February 2015
The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced a collaboration with the Republic of Latvia’s Ministry of Education and Science

Bloomsbury Journals join Routledge

26 February 2015
Bloomsbury Journals, comprising 25 titles in arts and humanities and 21 titles in law, is to join the Routledge publishing program

Digital Science launches Perspectives blog

26 February 2015

Tech-savvy college students hungry for more

26 February 2015

Overleaf partners with Genetics Society of America

24 February 2015

EBSCO snaps up YBP Library Services

23 February 2015

INASP training pilot takes shape in Ghana

20 February 2015


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Analysis & opinion

Is there a library-sized hole in the internet?

23 February 2015
David Weinberger is senior researcher at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and has been instrumental in the development of ideas about the impact of the web. Shortly before his recent keynote presentation at the OCLC EMEA Regional Council Meeting in Florence, he spoke with Sarah Bartlett about the library-sized hole in the Internet and how a library graph might help to fill it

EuropeanaTech Conference 2015: Review

News image19 February 2015
On 12 and 13 February, professionals from the cultural heritage and tech communities across the world gathered in Paris at the National Library of France for the 2015 EuropeanaTech Conference. Imogen Greenhalgh and Gregory Markus report

Springer CEO Haank courts controversy with 'tea drinkers' speech

17 February 2015
Springer Science and Business Media CEO Derk Haank opened proceedings at the 2015 ASA Conference in London, with a challenging speech entitled 'Subscription agents: Partners or a nuisance?'