Blog
Updates, tutorials and other kinds of announcements

Recently, Artefacto have been developing a series of short, interactive resources aimed at helping people learn basic research skills. This is part of a bigger project to develop a series of collaborative, active-learning resources that can be used by both staff and students to explore new ways of t...

Read More...

Yahoo have recently announced they are sunsetting Yahoo Pipes, a sad but not entirely unexpected decision. One of the many awesome abilities of Pipes was that you could easily combine and manipulate multiple RSS feeds. This was great for creating a curated, multi-source RSS feed around a particula...

Read More...

The annual Mozilla conference (aka Mozfest) covers a wide range of topics and many that are very relevant to information professionals, including many on the 'Build and Teach the Web' track and others from across the other 11 tracks that formed the 3-day event. The Librarian-run courses tended to...

Read More...

Library Wall photo

Ribbon Factory Library Wall

For the last month here at Artefacto we’ve been working on a project very close to our own hearts and we’re really excited that launch day has arrived! The original idea for the project came from Sara reading about the Bucharest metro “library“, sponsore...

Read More...

Our recent workshop at the Pi and Mash unconference, held at Senate House Library in August, came about because we wanted to start a discussion about how we might make the most of user and collection data to help deliver library services. How can we ensure that we’re making data-driven decisions...

Read More...

We’ve just launched a newsletter for people working in the library and information sector. Newslet for libraries is designed to be a quick and easy way to stay up-to-date with the areas that matter most to you.

We created this as we found ourselves constantly sharing interesting links, tutorials...

Read More...