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How Can Libraries Best Demonstrate Value As Costs Come Under Pressure?

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Presentation given by John Holden of think tank Demos at the CILIPS Autumn Gathering at the Carnegie Conference Centre (Dunfermline) on the 27th October 2010.

Presentation given by John Holden of think tank Demos at the CILIPS Autumn Gathering at the Carnegie Conference Centre (Dunfermline) on the 27th October 2010.

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How Can Libraries Best Demonstrate Value As Costs Come Under Pressure? How Can Libraries Best Demonstrate Value As Costs Come Under Pressure? Presentation Transcript

  • HOW CAN LIBRARIES BEST DEMONSTRATE VALUE AS COSTS COME UNDER PRESSURE? John Holden
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  • ‘ Libraries are not about books’
  • ‘ ..the vast majority of our users come to libraries to borrow books’
  • ‘ Library visits have remained static over the last three years’
  • ‘ Visits to public libraries in Britain rose by six per cent’
  • ‘ The number of people borrowing books is down by 3.3 per cent to 12.5 million’
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  • HOW CAN LIBRARIES BEST DEMONSTRATE VALUE AS COSTS COME UNDER PRESSURE? John Holden