Right to be forgotten and online newspapers archives: some considerations on social memory in our times
Alberto Salarelli 1-20
Business models for selection and acquisition of ebooks for Italian academic libraries. A comparison of three platforms (EBL, ebrary, EBSCO)
Giovanna Frigimelica 21-42
Libraries and public perceptions: A comparative analysis of the European press. Methodological insights
Anna Galluzzi 43-76
From record to data. Linked data and information seeking in the OPAC.
Antonella Iacono 77-102
Links between Libraries and Museums: a Case Study of Library-Museum Collaboration at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Patrick Lo, Kitty But, Robert Trio 103-120
Preserving Open Access digital resources
Maria Teresa Biagetti 121-148
FLORe – Florence Repository. The University of Florence Open Archive
Gaia Innocenti, Cristina Mugnai, Valdo Pasqui 149-171
Bibliographic research in nursing science: the sharing experience bewteen Offices at the IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo di Pavia Foundation.
Michele Chieppi, Piera Bergomi, Donatella De Amici 173-208
Making the Point on Research Data and Humanities: an European overview
Maura Funari 209-239
MOOCs and academic libraries: a chance or a problem? An overview
Laura Testoni 241-263
MARC Formats in China: Local or International?
Ben Gu 265-277