Features

01 December 2005

RFID is becoming a popular way to monitor materials in libraries and elsewhere but the use of this wireless technology has prompted questions about users' privacy. Dr Christian Kern, the head of systems development at Switzerland's Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems does not believe there is any cause for concern

01 October 2005

Marketing is the latest task to be outsourced to specialist agencies, according to Pinar Erzin

01 October 2005

French text-mining company Temis believes that working in multiple languages is essential for getting the most out of electronic information

01 October 2005

Peter Shepherd, project director of COUNTER, describes this international effort to create standards for measuring how online information is used

01 October 2005

Electronic archives of published and unpublished results are becoming popular with academic institutions but they are not without controversy. Nadya Anscombe investigates

01 October 2005

Automating the way that data is indexed, sorted and structured can save publishers and societies considerable time and expense, writes Philip Paterson of UK-based SomCom

01 July 2005

Advancing science and healthcare: a shared goal

01 July 2005

From digitising the past to capturing full-text for the future

01 July 2005

Meeting the needs of society publishing

01 July 2005

Scientific heritage and high-tech service come together on the Web

01 July 2005

Library management systems are moving on, and will allow libraries to offer increasingly powerful information management and linking facilities, John Sherwell reports.

01 July 2005

The signs are that academics are ready to go for self-archiving. All they require is the knowledge of what's possible, says Vanessa Spedding.

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