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CILIP pro-Conservative tweet raises members' hackles

8 October 2015
Something of a twitterstorm has erupted following a tweet from CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) that appears to show support for government policies on libraries

New De Gruyter model 'prevents double dipping'

8 October 2015
De Gruyter is introducing a new pricing model that it says prevents 'double dipping' with open access publications

UK higher education social media influencers named

6 October 2015

ProQuest to acquire Ex Libris

6 October 2015

BioMed Central pilots researcher badge system

2 October 2015

IEEE integrates Overleaf tool

2 October 2015

Think. Check. Submit launched

1 October 2015


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Analysis & opinion

Dynamic libraries: access, development and transformation

News image5 October 2015
Louise Edwards reports on the major themes of the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, held in Cape Town

The new norm: thoughts on the world, post-OA

News image1 October 2015
Since 2012 open access has been in overdrive, says Vicky Gardner of Taylor & Francis

Single sign-on access: a more user-centric vision

News image24 September 2015
The user experience for accessing scholarly content should be as simple and frictionless, says Richard Padley