Beyond Books The role of enterprising libraries in promoting economic wellbeing

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust

Year: 2014

ISBN: 9.78191E+12

How Can Public Libraries Improve Local Economies?

 

“Beyond Books” is the final report from the Trust’s work on Enterprising Libraries. It draws on learning from four local projects in England and Wales that explored creative ways of encouraging enterprise and digital skills development. The report outlines success factors, common challenges and recommendations for library services, professional organisations and national bodies involved with public libraries, and government. The recommendations include developing mechanisms for sharing good practice and innovation, and developing training for library staff around partnership working, collaboration, innovation and networking.

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