Asia Pacific

Australia: Queensland State Library offers ‘human books’ in bid to share local history

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China splashes millions on hundreds of home-grown journals

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State Library Victoria proves libraries aren’t just about books: they’re about community

China tells government offices to remove all foreign computer equipment

Australia: future of jobs unclear under major restructure for National Library

Data

Why scientists need to be better at data visualization

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SPARC Europe releases summary of Open Data Directive and guidance for its implementation

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Case study: Research data management and the evolutions of scholarship: policy, infrastructure and data literacy at KU Leuven

Digital Science released new report on falsifiability and reproducibility in scientific research

National Library creates Facebook time capsule to document New Zealand’s history

eBooks

Beyond Japan: Kinokuniya’s Hiroshi Sogo looks at global bookselling trends

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Transitioning textbooks to open, lessons and insights

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ALA launches national campaign against e-book embargo

China Literature and Singtel forge strategic partnership to promote online literature in Southeast Asia

Amazon unveils support for Traditional Chinese ebooks

Blockchain technology may lead to true ebook ownership

Education

China releases list of recommended books for primary, secondary school libraries

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Philippine government to corporate with RUB Germany to support academic and research activities on Philippine matters

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Cambodia: Nationwide e-Library the answer for ‘remote education’

School libraries hit by the loss of a dying breed as teacher librarians enter ‘survival mode’

RSNA’s new global learning centers seek to improve radiology education around the world

Information Literacy

Taiwan: National Central Library to host carnival in Taipei to promote reading

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Melbourne school turns its results around by reviving its dying library

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Adobe, The New York Times Company and Twitter announce Content Authenticity Initiative to combat misinformation

Vietnamese embassy presents 500 books to Cambodian province

Cambodia: Librarians can lead our students into IR4.0

askST@NLB: 200 turn up for talk on fake news law

Open Access

Webinar: monitoring the cost of OA

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Addendum to the cOAlition S Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S

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SPARC Europe releases summary of Open Data Directive and guidance for its implementation

Leaked document on Elsevier negotiations sparks controversy

The state of OA in New Zealand. Report and a new statement on Open Scholarship from CONZUL

 
 

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