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Continuing our short series on the annual conference and key takeaways. In this issue, Chloe Bolsover, Senior Library Assistant at Reading reviews the digital conference experience and sessions that she attended.

Forthcoming events

Details about the November conference programme and bookings are open for our new Introduction to Resource Discovery seminar.

Industry news

The development work between EBSCONET and Alma significantly improves internal workflows for mutual customers by reducing the need to update multiple systems.
Publishers’ Licencing Services (PLS) and book print specialists Halstan have partnered to fund and produce 16,000 Ukrainian-language books for newly arrived refugee children in the UK as part of the Ukrainian government’s ‘Books Without Borders’ initiative.
SAGE has announced a partnership with The Wikipedia Library to provide Wikipedia editors full-text access to SAGE’s more than 1,100 journals beginning immediately. The partnership will connect peer-reviewed research to those outside of academia for greater societal understanding and increase research connections.


An interactive, open-access born-digital publication, this groundbreaking book’s interface encourages engagement with rich visual material and multimedia evidence.
Unique collection of films released on Drama Online from Bloomsbury Digital Resources.
Under the agreement, articles from the open access journals IUCrJ, Acta Crystallographica Section E, and IUCrData will be shared directly to the ResearchGate platform on publication, with the goal of facilitating the discovery of and access to new research in crystallography.


Changes at the BMJ and STM Association.