Evolving role of libraries in the UK

The collection aims to reflect developments within the UK library community in the 21st century, in response to financial, technological, political, social and other pressures and challenges. It highlights innovative library and information services, traditional and new professional roles and skills, communities of research and practice. The scope of the collection invites the addition of many more personal, organisation and community sites that capture the evolving role of UK libraries.

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  1. Library and Information Science Research Coalition
  2. Library and Learning Services Conferences, University of Northampton
  3. library.wales.org - llyfrgell.cymru.org
  4. London Information and Knowledge Exchange (LIKE)
  5. Loughborough University: LISU
  6. Making Games for Libraries
  7. MODELS : MOving to Distributed Environments for Library Services
  8. Multimedia Information Technology Group
  9. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
  10. Open and Shut?
  11. Phil Bradley's website - Making the net easier
  12. Public Libraries News - What's Happening to Your Library?
  13. Reading Sight
  14. Repositories Support Project (RSP)
  15. Research Information Network
  16. Richard Poynder - Independent Journalist
  17. RIDING : Z39.50 Gateway to Yorkshire Libraries
  18. Royal National Institute of Blind People - RNIB: Reading
  19. Search25 Blog, The: Strengthening Electronic Access to Research Consortial Holdings in M25
  20. Sherpa-Leap: the London E-prints Access Project

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