Monthly Archives: January 2013

Your views on the British Library’s Social Science Strategy

The British Library is seeking information about your experiences and your views on the Social Sciences collections at British Library.  In particular, they would like to find out about your level of engagement and satisfaction with the services provided, and … Continue reading

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Assessing personal digital archive collections – an update.

A few months back I wrote a post about my experience of going to one of the SPRUCE Mash-Up events. Since then I’ve been doing a bit more work looking at the digital collection I took with me and I thought it was about … Continue reading

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Archives Hub collection highlights – women in education at the IOE

This month the Archives Hub, a gateway to archive collections across the country, is featuring an article by our ex-colleague Kathryn H which highlights our resources on women in education. The Archives Hub enables researchers to search the contents of archives from over … Continue reading

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Library reduced hours this weekend

Due to the poor weather which is likely to make travel conditions difficult, the library will close at 17:00 today and 16:00 on both Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th February. All our digital systems will be working as normal.

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Meta-morphosis: what’s the plan?

It’s that time of year where we regroup after Christmas and take stock of progress during the past six months. We have spent much of that time completing pilots, attempting to customise our software and attending JISC mash-up sessions. In … Continue reading

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