The once and future library: the role of the (national) library in supporting research | British Library

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Summary:

"The global research environment is changing rapidly and with it the role of libraries in facilitating research. Taking the British Library as an example, this article provides a situational analysis of the challenges research libraries face in this context. It outlines a new, or at least modified, role for research libraries, taking the emerging research services strategy of the British Library and its ‘Everything Available’ change management portfolio as an example. It argues that if libraries want to keep adding value to the research process, they need to shift their thinking from focusing on local collections to contributing to a global knowledge environment – in a persistent and open fashion.

Keywords: Research,  library,  scholarly communications,  transformation,  open access,  strategy 

How to Cite: Reimer, T. (2018). The once and future library: the role of the (national) library in supporting research. Insights, 31, 19. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.409"

Link:

https://insights.uksg.org/articles/10.1629/uksg.409/

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oa.new oa.libraries oa.lis oa.scholcomm oa.uk oa.bl

Date tagged:

07/07/2018, 16:01

Date published:

07/07/2018, 12:01