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Public sector cuts have led to a rise in the number of social enterprises running library services, but sustainability is a problem Libraries are suffering under public sector cutbacks, but could social enterprse save the day? Photograph: Mike Booth/
Through YBP Marketplace, libraries can see, in real time, current stock and condition information for hard-to-find titles from more than 14,000 online independent booksellers...Titles ordered through YBP Marketplace are invoiced by YBP and shipped
www.recordedbooks.com" title="Recorded Books">Recorded Books, the world’s largest independent producer of audiobooks, has announced that it will begin worldwide distribution of IndieFlix for Libraries, a premiere online streaming service provider
further, swingeing cuts expected to provision. Photograph: Sam Frost The bleak situation for the country's public libraries will get "much worse" this year, according to experts, with sweeping cuts already on the horizon in Sheffield and Islington.
Under El Dorado County's Measure L, some owners would pay lesser amounts, depending on the type of land they own. Supporters of the library tax say they are eager to maintain services that residents have come to appreciate, including regular hours of
More than 150 libraries have been closed or put into the hands of volunteers in the past year owing to the Government spending squeeze, with a further 225 at risk as councils look for ways of finding savings, according to research released last night.
Libraries are and will remain a statutory service' ... the culture minister, Conservative MP Ed Vaizey...Despite a report earlier this week predicting that public libraries could disappear by the end of the decade , the culture minister, Ed Vaizey ,
Bag It, an award-winning movie about the plastics pollution problem, will be shown at three libraries as part of the Santa Barbara Public Library System's Green @ Your Library spring program. On Monday, April 23rd at 7pm it will play at the Montecito
Libraries are increasingly being run as community centres, not centres of education and learning for the community'. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Library professionals are unanimous on this issue volunteers can add value, but can't replace trained
The letter "L" stands for libraries and those in Solano County. "Measure L" stands for a ballot measure to extend the life of a one-eighth of a penny sales tax needed to keep those libraries open. It's not a new tax and it's not an increase on what