book2book

  booktrade.info

Search Booktrade.info:  


Thursday 26th May

Book2book Home Book Trade News Trade Announcements Bestseller Lists About Booktrade.info

Digital Resources: Researchers Need Better Access And More Training

Posted at 8:22AM Monday 23 Jul 2012

A British Library report into research behaviour and information seeking habits finds that along with access to online resources, training in how to make best use of those resources, is lacking

Guardian




Get book trade news by email

Daily book trade headlines and breaking publishing news by email - just £3 a month. Click on the Subscribe button below to sign up now

Find out more


Search the news archive:
 






More Opinion

Things Are Calmer Than They Were In The Book Business
www.idealog.com

But change is a constant

Is Curation A Cure Or Culprit?
publishingperspectives.com

Michael Bhaskar on 'Super-Abundance'

E-books Continue To Be A Source Of Bitter Controversy
www.locusmag.com

E-books are game-changers, but not in the way we all thought they would be

An Abridged Da Vinci Code Implies Teens Need Simple Books – They Don't
www.theguardian.com

Penguin's plan seems both pointless and patronising

The True Cost Of Bargain Books
www.jamesmayhew.co.uk

A Penny for Your Thoughts

Account Sign-In

Most Popular Stories

  1. Floella Benjamin accuses booksellers of hiding titles by BAME authors
  2. Enid Blyton's Famous Five Spoof Books To Be Published
  3. The Children's Books Simon Cowell Needs To Read
  4. Increase In Children Reading For Pleasure Following Chatterbooks In Schools Project: New Statistics
  5. Macmillan Publishers Acquires Self-publishing Platform Pronoun, Formerly Vook
  6. Australia Government Kills Off The Copyright Changes That Were Freaking Out Authors
  7. Daughter Of Missing Hong Kong Bookseller Appeals For US Help
  8. Stephen King Joins Hundreds Of Authors Petitioning Against Donald Trump
  9. Marvel And DC Comics Back Down Against Londoner
  10. Paul Murray And Hannah Rothschild Win Wodehouse Prize For Comic Fiction