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Assessing the Potential for, and needs of,\ud Cross-Sectoral, Local Collaborative Access\ud Schemes in the Yorkshire and Humber Region

By Andrew Walsh

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This report was written between November 2005 to March 2006 thanks to direct funding\ud from YMLAC under the guidance of Jane Walton and Liz Roberts at YMLAC.\ud It aims to identify and assess the potential for and needs of cross-sectoral library\ud partnerships in the Yorkshire and Humber region which aim to increase and broaden\ud access to knowledge. It aims to do this against the background of the current roll out of\ud Inspire (www.inspire.gov.uk) across the region and country as a whole.\ud The report consists of a background view of the literature available on this topic;\ud recommended guidelines for any potential new groups and the support that could be\ud offered to these by the regional Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, YMLAC; an\ud outline of the current situation in our region showing the potential for new groups and\ud finally a brief bullet point summary of recommendations made

Topics: Z719
Publisher: Yorkshire Museum Libraries and Archives Council (YMLAC)
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5702
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