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Bishop Grosseteste University Library

Library of the Week: 23rd January 2023: Our very first featured library for 2023 is Bishop Grosseteste University! Find out more about the incredible ‘Teaching Resources Collection’ in this brilliant post written by Emma Sansby, Head of Library Services at Bishop Grosseteste University. Thank you for taking part. A Cherished Collection At Bishop Grosseteste University[1] […]

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Tate Library

Library of the Week: 12th December : A very exciting post this week for our last featured library of 2022 – the amazing Tate Library! Find out more in this brilliant new post by Gustavo Grandal Montero, Library Collections and Engagement Manager – thank you for taking part. Founded in 1897, Tate holds the United […]

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University of Portsmouth Library

Library of the Week: 14th November: We are very happy to share this brilliant post from the University of Portsmouth Library as our featured library this week! Find out more about the development of the library, collection highlights and the brilliant services on offer. Thank you to David Bennett, Assistant Librarian (Promotions, Diversity & Inclusion) […]

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Middle Temple Library

Library of the Week: 24th October: Such a brilliant and interesting post this week as we visit Middle Temple Library! Find out more about the Four Inns of Court and the Inn libraries, the history of Middle Temple Library, the collections available, the wonderful exhibitions and much more. Thank you to Harpreet K. Dhillon, Deputy […]

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Royal Academy of Arts Library

Library of the Week: 17th October: Our featured library this week is the incredible Royal Academy of Arts Library. Find out more about the history of the library and the amazing collections available in this brilliant piece by Adam Waterton (Head of Library Services at the RA.) Thank you very much to the Royal Academy […]