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Oxford University Press is launching a new programme to partner with librarians on a wide range of research that will feed into the development of future digital initiatives.
Jisc has announced the launch of the new Jisc Library Hub Discover, Library Hub Compare and Library Hub Cataloguing services.
NUI Galway is seeking responses to a survey of e-resource services as part of an E-Resource Service Review.
Librarians are invited to participate in an online survey into the impact of marketing communications.
TBI is conducting a survey across the global library community to learn more about what is important when purchasing a multidisciplinary abstract and indexing (A&I) database.
The NISO Open Discovery Initiative Standing Committee are hoping for wide participation in the Libraries Survey, needed to ensure the revised recommended practice reflects current discovery practices.
John Wiley & Sons and OhioLINK have announced the signing of a Wiley Open Access Account agreement.
Staff and students at the University of Turku now have access to 75 online multidisciplinary resources from ProQuest.
Videos created from footage of librarians being interviewed at the UKSG conference are now available online.
UK academic libraries are being encouraged to participate in a research project about open access being conducted by Érudit in consultation with Raym Crow, senior consultant at SPARC.