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New and Better Access

By |July 17th, 2015|News, search|Comments Off on New and Better Access

Emerald Group Publishing has launched the Green Open Access, Zero Embargo trial applicable for all mandated articles submitted to the company’s library and information science (LIS) […]

Working Together for Open Access

By |May 27th, 2015|News, reference|Comments Off on Working Together for Open Access

Springer has announced a partnership with IMISCOE, the largest network of excellence on migration and diversity in the world. This partnership will allow for […]

The Future of CMSs is Open

By |April 24th, 2015|News|Comments Off on The Future of CMSs is Open

Content management systems (CMS) have evolved over the years from merely a copy and paste function to a mix of development, design, marketing, information architecture, user experience, and more. Websites are still a core asset of most businesses, which means the CMS has become increasingly important.

And the survey says…

By |March 12th, 2015|News, reference|Comments Off on And the survey says…

The Ancient World Online (AWOL) blog is looking for academics who have used open data in their teaching to share their experiences. By conducting a mini survey to understand which portals, tools or repositories academics use to retrieve open datasets, they can better understand how this information is being used in teaching and learning in higher education. Have you taken the AWOL User Survey?

Opening the Doors

By |January 27th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Opening the Doors

Facebook has announced that it will open source deep learning modules for the Torch artificial intelligence project. This could speed up technology and make it more accessible to developers and ultimately companies.

Collaboration Fosters Quality

By |January 14th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Collaboration Fosters Quality

2014 was and 2015 appears to be following in suit, the year of mergers and acquisitions. We have shared a few of those, always emphasizing that collaboration almost always results in better anything - products, results, and even people. But in the world of non-profits how does mergers prove beneficial?