Book Archives & Today’s Breakthrough Innovations
2017's breakthrough technologies and innovations are changing the world we live in. These modern-day innovations are remarkable, but surprisingly are not possible without the support of older, historical published research for knowledge foundations and verifications.
Susan Mizruchi on Marlon Brando and libraries in the Digital Age
We talked to Susan about her latest projects, her long-standing appreciation for libraries and her book "Libraries and Archives in the Digital Age".
How eBooks are changing libraries
As digital content increasingly drives academic research, and the belief that information sourced online will overtake printed formats in coming years grows, libraries are going through their own physical and strategic transformation.
Reflections on the Springer Book Archives and its role at the University of Melbourne
In 2014 we interviewed Philip Kent - then Librarian at the University of Melbourne - who instigated the institution’s first large-scale eBook archive purchase as part of a drive for institutional innovation and to ‘redress gaps in past acquisitions’.
Springer Book Archives and the changing shape of Montana State University Library
Montana State University is home to almost 17,000 students and over 1,000 faculty. It has been classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as one of 108 research universities with "very high research activity."
Springer Nature Book Archives in Practice: Interview with the Head of Portfolio Development at the Bundeswehr University Munich
Dr. Christoph Janello, Head of Portfolio Development and Metadata at the Library of the Bundeswehr University Munich shares what motivated the library to purchase SNBA and the benefits it has provided to their users.
Historical Research to Support Today’s R&D
As the world sees a rapid rate of research and development across medicine, technology, pharmaceuticals, and more, researchers around the world look to published research for the foundations and verifications.