Library as cultural centre (Speaking Volumes)

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust

Year: 2014

How Do Public Libraries Contribute To Our Economic Wellbeing?

 

This database contains a range of examples of the way in which public libraries contribute to cultural wellbeing and contribute to government goals in this area.

You can view the other databases of examples in this series by clicking on the list below:

These databases accompany the leaflet Speaking Volumes: the impact of libraries on wellbeing. This leaflet sets out the range of ways in which public libraries impact on four policy areas – economy, education, culture and society – and how libraries contribute to the wellbeing of individuals and communities. To print the version of the leaflet that folds into a poster, please click here.


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