In library systems around the world, physical books are disappearing in their millions to be replaced by e-books.
Posts Tagged: Libraries
Spending on libraries has fallen by £2 million but the number of visits is up.
It’s as if those who rule us can’t bear to hear their own thoughts
The public sector isn’t doomed to technological failure, but cultural hang-ups must be overcome
Budgets remain hugely bloated
Labour has made little secret of their hope that UKIP will do their work for them
Frozen council tax, more library provision, action on floods, new investment – and a City Deal delivering across both banks of the Humber.
Volunteers have allowed libraries to increase opening hours and provide a service at more convenient times.
Cllr John Hart, the Leader of Devon County Council, says libraries can be used to help enterprises and communities flourish… Read more »
Tim Grier, the Managing Director of John Laing Integrated Services, gave an interesting talk at the recent Conservative Way Forward… Read more »
Generally councils of all political persuasions have coped with very well with spending cuts, in terms of maintaining the services… Read more »
Say what you like about the Big Society but if you want to see it in action take a visit… Read more »
Recently I wrote about how the number of library closures is pretty low and how those we have seen have… Read more »
Recently there was a press release from the Shadow Culture Minister Dan Jarvis highlighting the number of library closures and… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter Islington Council already has form on asking residents about their sexual orientation if they… Read more »