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COUNTER has published the first module in its manual for librarians, a guide with clear and non-technical language intended to help librarians understand and get the best from their usage reports.
EBSCO has issued advice on claiming to libraries starting up operations during the next stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The authors of a study into metadata associated with the acquisition, cataloguing and discovery of streaming video in library catalogues are looking for UK responses.
AIP Publishing is preparing a white paper that examines how librarians contribute to the promotion of academic research.
Innovative has announced that the Sorbonne Interuniversity Library, which serves multiple universities in Paris, has chosen to migrate to the Sierra library services platform.
Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, has announced that Tulane University has selected the Ex Libris Alma library services platform.
COUNTER has made a new Foundation Class on Platform Reports available.
Jisc is currently running an important piece of work on UK Further Education libraries/LRCs, and is inviting participation in a survey on FE library/LRC technology.
Seamless Access, a non-profit collaboration of librarians, HigherEd IT and publishers, is encouraging people from institutions for higher education and research to fill out a short questionnaire.