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***Sarah Feehan, Stephanie Mcmullan, Susanne Trokhymenko and Tim Darach*** “The British Library Labs (BL Labs) Symposium showcases innovative projects that use the British Library’s digital content and data, and provides a platform for development, networking and debate in the Digital … Continue reading
***Rachel Cummings, Omar Ebanks and Nicola Swann*** LIS professionals as agents of change – Rachel Well, the 2018 British Library Symposium was truly an incredible experience! The symposium is considered to be both a conference and a conversation, providing a … Continue reading
***Megan Cross, Monica Boria and Mary Blomley*** Attending the Labs Symposium at the British Library for the first time was an inspiring, eye-opening experience. We were all impressed by the amazing work carried out by the BL teams, the dedication … Continue reading
***Kayleb Barclay, Leah Matthews and Madiareni Sulaiman*** Having reflected on the varied presentations that took place at the BL Labs Symposium on 12 November 2018, our group met to discuss our individual areas of interest. In sharing our ideas we … Continue reading
***Catherin Woods, Catherine Jenkins, Claudia Salaru Ma and Eleonora Winger*** Methodology We took a collaborative approach to writing the blog, consisting of a virtual meetup to discuss ideas and co-edit our accounts in a shared Google Doc. Selections from the … Continue reading