Guest post written by Sharon Wagg, following publication of the final report following the Tinder Foundation's project which looked at how libraries could help the digitally excluded
Sharon is Research Coordinator for Tinder Foundation, a registered charity which supports digitally and socially excluded people to improve their lives through digital. Tinder Foundation is the organisation behind the UK Online Centre Network, and Sharon is currently leading on the evaluation of Tinder Foundation’s six month Libraries Digital Inclusion Action Research Project.
[Editors note: Guest blog from the Tinder Foundation] Back in October 2015, we launched our six-month Libraries Digital Inclusion Action Research Project in partnership with the Leadership for Libraries Taskforce. We awarded funding to 16 library authorities across England to …
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The DCMS Libraries team supports ministers, as they oversee and promote the improvement of local government's provision of public library services in England. It is also responsible for other library policy such as DCMS sponsorship of the British Library and Public Lending Right Scheme. On this blog, members of the team talk about their work. Find out more
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