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New digitally-enabled and user-centered plan enriches the Library of Congress experience

(1 October 2018) Following more than a year of exploration, research and input from staff and experts, the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden today announced a new strategic plan, “Enriching the Library Experience.” In executing this strategic plan over the next five years, the agency will make a decisive shift to be more user-centered, digitally-enabled […]


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Philippine libraries march into the 21st Century

(3 April 2017) Four years ago, Beyond Access began working with the Philippine public library system. Like in many countries, libraries had been largely neglected by policy-makers, and in some municipalities, libraries were already closing due to lack of use. When the Philippine Digital Strategy was published in 2011, libraries were completely absent. Under the […]


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NSLA to begin infrastructure projects

(21 April 2015) As part of the ‘shared solutions’ strategy in its new strategic plan, National and State Libraries Australia agreed to begin several infrastructure projects, notably a joint evaluation of a digital preservation solution, and an initial investigation of an integrated approach to digital legal deposit. The first phase of these projects will run […]


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University of Adelaide Libraries 2015 Planning

(16 April 2015) The University of Adelaide Libraries which has an aging staff profile, is embarking on a planning exercise with the University’s Library of the Future Committee. In consultation with the University community, throughout 2015 the committee will consider Library services, functions and raison d’etre, resulting in a clear direction and strategy for Library […]


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Living Knowledge: The British Library 2015 – 2023

(13 January 2015)    Living Knowledge sets out the British Library’s vision for its future development as it looks ahead to 2023, the year of its 50th anniversary as the national library of the United Kingdom It explains how the Library delivers public value – in custodianship, research, business, culture, learning and international partnership – and […]


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KB Strategic Plan 2015-2018

(5 January 2015) ‘The power of our network’ is the slogan that accompanies the KB Strategic Plan 2015-2018. It is published on the eve of a drastic change, the implementation of the Public Library Provisions System Act (Wsob) on 1 January 2015. Under this act, the KB (National Library of the Netherlands) will play a […]


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DPLA publishes its 2015 Strategic Plan

(8 January 2015) Following a successful planning phase and launch in April 2013, the Digital Public Library of America is well on its way toward achieving its ambitious goal of bringing together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage sites, and making them freely available to students, teachers, researchers, and the general […]


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ICSTI publishes its Strategic Plan

(12 Nov 2014)  ICSTI, the  International Council for Scientific and Technical Information, has released its Strategic Plan 2015-2018. ICSTI reaffirms four Strategic Aims, Objectives and Priorities: Relevance;  Enabling; Collaboration; and Developing the ICSTI Organization and Membership Value. Read the document.


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CAUL Strategic Plan 2013-2015

(21 February 2014)  The CAUL Mission is to support its members in the achievement of their objectives, especially the provision of access to, and training in the use of, scholarly information, leadership in the management of information and contribution to the university experience. In pursuit of this mission The Council of Australian University Librarians develops […]


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Dalhousie University Libraries strategic plan online

A refreshed version of the most recent strategic plan, Vision 2015, is now available on the library website. The Strategic Alignment Plan addresses the major trends affecting libraries and all universities today: complex information environments, changes in learning, teaching, user behavior and expectations, shrinking budgets, and the heightened importance of collaboration among researchers and library […]


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