Broadcast from London and available to view online
When the Government launched the Future Libraries programme it was in the belief that innovation, led by local authorities, was the best solution to ensuring the modernisation of library services.
Since then, there has been much discussion about restructuring services through technology, shared services, and the use of a community workforce. Chief Librarians and Councillors have a tough job ahead in ensuring that the delivery of library services is innovative and forward thinking. Local communities are well rehearsed in the benefits of library services, which include improved literacy, inclusion and job search, but services remain underused.
This 7th national conference brought together senior-level library and information management professionals from local authorities and the wider cultural sector in order to discuss emerging policy issues and share best practice from across the country.
We filmed and recorded this event so you can watch any of the presentations and download the podcasts and all the documentation presented on the day.
Our policy archive is ideal as a personal briefing tool for senior management as well as a training aid for keeping staff up-to-date.
The event archive costs just £99.00 + VAT.
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