European Library News

In 2022, public libraries in Germany were open for their users for more than 3.9 million hours. However, in many places the doors of public libraries remain closed on Sundays because the Federal Labour Law does not allow them to open with staff on Sundays.
The Europe Challenge is an annual programme that kicks off with an open call and brings together teams from libraries and communities across Europe.
Publishers and other library service vendors invited to submit applications for the fifth annual UX Award by 17 November 2023.
We want a Europe that, Guarantees learning opportunities, Promotes access to culture and innovation and commits to Sustainable Development…
PRESS RELEASE: Yesterday, after two years deliberation, the European Parliament voted on its amendments to the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.
The European Commission launched a public consultation on the Review of the Key Compentences Framework.
“The Cost of Knowledge” – More expensive than science allows. For the University of Konstanz, the cost-benefit ratio with Elsevier significantly deteriorated in recent years.
The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and ENCATC, have launched today the call for applications for the 2013 Cultural Policy Research Award (CPRA)
the EU has updated its budget tool with the latest figures from the European Commission’s 2011 annual financial report. How much does the EU spend in each country, on what and how does it compare to other countries? And where does the money come from? As budget talks continue, these and other questions are answered in the updated multimedia application.
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