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World eBook Library nears 3 million titles
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iGPublishing e-book plaform serves 100 publishers
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Endangered languages database now online
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Libraries in the clouds
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Research data services at Singapore Management University
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Statistical benchmarking for academic libraries: a pilot project for Asian libraries
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Intelex:Philosophy for 21st century
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SkyRiver ready to flood libraries
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Libraries creating the future: IFLA's 75th Congress
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Dynamic libraries and information services in Southeast Asia
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Information literacy debated at University of Malaya
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HKUL digitizes its rare book collections
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IFLA goes to Quebec
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The Andrew Carnegie of the developing world will double libraries created
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To Grok: cluster, discover and visualize research
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Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia adopts hybrid check-out system
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IFLA 2007 - Meeting to the beat of the African Drum
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Fiesole Collection Development Boutique Retreat
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NLB and AFA preserve films from Singapore and Asia
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Scirus partners with Hong Kong University
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The Seoul of the IFLA Machine: IFLAs 72nd General Conference and Council Comes to Asia
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The iGroup: from books to databases and ejournals
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ebrary: technology or e-book company
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IR Preserves HKUST's research output
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FSTA goes online in Asia
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Blackwell boosts professional society publishing in Asia
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Count your blessings and your usage statistics
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Online Information 2004: smaller and better
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From Open Access to Open Learning
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Elsevier establishes scientific publishing partnership with leading faculty members of Tsinghua University
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China's science and technology: Views from the West
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Online Information 2003
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Online conference attracts 440 visitors from Southeast Asia
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Strong Asia Content in Alexander Street Press databases
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AIP introduces new pricing models
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Online Information 2002 attracts exhibitors from Asia
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Encyclopaedia Britannica reinvents itself
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Online Information conference draws 500 participants
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American Physical Society hopeful of greater visibility in Asia
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Online Information 2001 bigger but quieter
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Singapore's National Library Board launches enhanced digital library
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Online Information and Education Conference
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e-psyche signals psychology database war