E-zine for information professionals working for libraries, archives, and museums. Published every three months by UKOLN at Bath University. Includes searchable archives.
Specialist supplier to art and design libraries. Includes a monthly bulletin, exhibition catalogues and database of available books.
The British Library
A free exhibition of the most significant treasures in the world, from Magna Carta to Leonardo's notebook to Beatles lyrics, and more.
The Catholic National Library.
Offers an overview of their collections and services, including a postal service, reading lists, and a searchable catalogue.
Chawton House Library
Provides details of this library's catalogue and visiting arrangements; specialises in women's writing in English from 1600 to 1830.
Copac National, Academic, and Specialist Library Catalogue
Gives free access to the merged online catalogues of many major university, specialist, and national libraries in the UK and Ireland, including the British Library. Includes FAQ, help resources, and a list of participating institutions.
The Cox Library
Private library devoted to the thoroughbred horse. Contains information on the latest additions, plus an ask the librarian feature.
A freely accessible resource for everyone interested in design and innovation in libraries; includes resources and news, and a collection of examples of best practice from around the world.
The Evangelical Library
Maintains a collection of evangelical Christian books and an archive of many periodicals; includes an online catalogue, details of membership and services, news, events, and contacts.
A guide to library collections throughout England leading users to the right library and the right information in your region or beyond.
Glasgow Women’s Library
Houses a collection of materials by, for, and about women, and the Lesbian Archive; includes a history, with details of its education projects and events diary.
Historic Library Forum
Formed to promote awareness of the contribution of historic libraries to the national pool of library and information resources. Provides an event diary, list of publications, and links.
The Islamic Foundation Library
Established as a small private collection in 1977, now a centre for research and academic work in Islamic studies in Leicestershire. Includes a guide to their collections and services, with details of membership.
Library of the Royal Botanic Gardens
A guide to one of the largest collections in the world relating to botany, held in the library and archives at Kew, with catalogues of their collections and visitor information.
Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference, held annually to discuss the role of libraries in literacy.
Information on accessing public libraries in Northern Ireland including online library services and now to access the internet for free.
Provides a library of resources for adults and young people with visual impairments about reading and finding accessible formats; also includes resources for librarians and teachers, and a blog.
Red Phonebox Library
A BBC page with details of a Derbyshire village that purchased a red phonebox and converted it into a book exchange.
Independent picture library that brings together a diverse group of photographers in depicting the contradictions of contemporary life.
Repositories Support Project
Defines a digital repository and offers advice for building, expansion and increasing use. Includes legal issues and a planning check list.
RLUK (Research Libraries UK)
Established to support and coordinate the resources of research libraries; information about their groups, projects, membership, events, and publications.
Enables staff, students, and research students to borrow material from over 170 libraries. How to join, and information on using other libraries and their computers.
An online service for library and information professionals; also advises the Scottish Government on library matters. Includes details of membership, publications, special interest groups, news and resources.
Squire Law Library
Dependent library of Cambridge University Library, established in 1904. Contains information on library catalogues and legal databases and details of legal research courses.
Working Class Movement Library
History of the Salford collection, a catalogue, and pages on trades and individual trade unions, each with brief history and items held. Includes articles, item of the month and information for visitors.