Brussels review of IP laws needs to be handled with care
Any review of the European regime needs to complement and support intellectual Property (IP) as a dr...
Four strategies for moving to the cloud
To make a successful move to the cloud, IT must undergo four major changes: infrastructure transform...
Open source the key for unlocking government IT Strategy
Government ICT has a bad name, at least this is how Francis Maude, minister for the Cabinet Office s...
Wolters Kluwer acquires Dingxin Chuangzhi
Chinese acquisition extends Wolters Kluwer's global position in tax and accounting software...
Nature Communications becomes solely open access
Nature Publishing Group (NPG) title to only accept open access submissions...
Japanese Geoscience journal joins the SpringerOpen portfolio
Springer and the Japan Geoscience Union have collaborated to produce a new open access journal: Prog...
Website tracks global climate change news
Thomson Reuters news monitoring service developed in conjunction with UN Global Pulse to make the cl...
Scholarly content online increases
Oxford University Press (OUP) signs licensing agreements to include over 250 major editions in Oxfor...

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Website tracks global climate change news

Thomson Reuters news monitoring service developed in conjunction with UN Global Pulse to make the climate change debate more visible

Ingram becomes Nielsen Book’s latest virtual wholesaler

Almost one million Ingram titles will be added to Nielsen’s PubEasy community

Punch archive gives satirical look at history

The best of British satire from 150 years of Punch Magazine is now available online

Study looks at impact of ebooks in schools

Student’s reading motivation and attainment to be assessed

Social media gaining importance as journalistic source

Survey finds that half of journalists think social media is their most important source of information despite doubts about its reliability

Learned Societies see pros and cons of open access

EDP Open survey reveals attitudes towards open access from learned society publishers

Continuous learning adds up for tax and accounting professionals

Thomson Reuters has launched an online continuing education subscription package for corporate tax and accounting professionals

Swedish universities adopt Springer Book Archives

Over 85,000 students, faculty members and researchers from four Swedish universities have access to thousands of e-books

JournalClick claims rapid growth

Open access research library hosts 3.4 million free articles after one month

Ebooks become more visible

Full text of ProQuest’s EBL Catalogue now fully accessible through one discovery platform
Partnership simplifies open access publication charges
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC) integrates Ringgold Identify database into its RightsLink for...
Kate Lawrence becomes EBSCO VP of user research
Heading up team that provides valuable insight into the user experience...
ProQuest in partnership with Irish bookseller
Over 600,000 ebook titles now available in Eire through O’Mahony’s...
Businesses yet to make the most of social media
Research finds a fifth of businesses have not developed a social media strategy...
Social media gaining importance as journalistic source
Survey finds that half of journalists think social media is their most important source of informati...
Ace to zigzag – 100 words from WW1
Oxford English Dictionary includes updated research on 100 words that define the First World War...
Big Data Partnership secures funding
UK big data services company has agreed a £1.25 million round of Series A investment from Beringea...
Rise in businesses concerned about technology risk
Almost half (45%) of British small business are concerned about tech vulnerabilities in their busine...
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