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Royal Astronomical Society Library

Library of the Week: 18th July: We feature the Royal Astronomical Society Library this week. Find out more in this brilliant post by Laura Dimmock – Jones (Assistant Librarian) about the history of the RAS (since its establishment in 1820!) and the Library and its amazing collections. Thank you to the RAS Library for taking […]

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French culture in the heart of London: La Médiathèque

Library of the Week: 11th July: This week our featured library is La Médiathèque at the Institut français in London. We find out more about the library and its impressive collections as we talk to head librarian Floriane Laurichesse. – thank you for taking part! Books, media, social groups, and French culture – the Director […]

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Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

Library of the Week : 20th June: Our featured library this week is based at the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland! Find out more about the library, its history and the amazing collections available in this new post from Edward Weech, (RAS Librarian) – thank you so much for taking part! The […]

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The Institution of Structural Engineers Library

Library of the Week: 13th June: This week we feature The Institution of Structural Engineers Library which holds one of the best specialist structural engineering collections in the UK, with over 13,500 books, 14,000 reports and 5,000 standards! Find out more in this post by Rob Thomas, Manager of the Library and Information Services – […]

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Henry Moore Institute Sculpture Research Library

Library of the Week: 6th June: Our featured library is the incredible Henry Moore Institute Sculpture Research Library! Find out more about the library and the vast amount of amazing collections they hold in this new blog post by Librarians, Karen Atkinson and Ann Sproat – thank you so much for taking part! The Henry […]