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The OTHER great library at our doorstep: Social Science Collections at the British Library

We often forget that we are a stone’s throw away from the other great library – the British Library which is our national library. Last Tuesday, thanks to a timely reminder from an esteemed colleague, I attended a lunch time talk … Continue reading

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New British Library webpages for social scientists

The British Library (BL) has recently re-designed its webpages for research support, neatly bringing together all the resources and events likely to be of interest to researchers in the social sciences. As you might expect education features as one of … Continue reading

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Digital Researcher

The news about delicious is a reminder about the experimental, and therefore sometimes precarious, nature of Web 2.0 technologies, but their use in research is becoming much more mainstream. The British Library and Vitae are running a free event on February 14th. Aimed at research … Continue reading

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