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Top ten reasons to love a library

(12 April 2018) Did you know that Americans check out more than 2 billion items each year from their public libraries? It’s true! Over 68% of the people in this country have a library card. In celebration of National Library Week here in the United States, Turnitin has crafted the Top Ten Reasons to Love […]


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10 years of open access at the Wellcome Trust in 10 numbers

(22 October 2015) In October 2005 the Wellcome Trust became the first research funder to introduce a mandatory Open Access policy – requiring that all research outputs which arise from its funding must be made open access as soon as possible and in any event within six months of publication. To celebrate 10 years of […]


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Top 10 most edited pages on Wikipedia in 2014

(30 December 2014) In 2014, Wikipedia’s volunteer editors created more than three million pages and made more than 100 million edits on Wikipedias across all languages. During this time, Wikipedia content was viewed around 250 billion times by nearly half a billion visitors worldwide. With its vast community of readers and contributors, Wikipedia content is […]


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Altmetric Top 100 highlights topical academic research from 2014

(9 December 2014,  London, UK)   Alternative metrics provider Altmetric LLP today reviews the 100 academic papers receiving the most online attention in 2014 – and the conversations happening around them. The list provides a detailed overview of the published research articles that have generated the largest amount of sharing and discussion across mainstream and social […]


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Our Top 10 hits of 2013

(12 December 2013) Our ten most viewed stories of 2013:  Summon 2.0: more languages and discovery tools Open Access Clauses in Publishers’ Licenses – Report of international task force Amirsys Imaging Reference Center Database now available on OvidSP research platform British Library publishes updated economic evaluation of the library From hearts and roses to gore and […]


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