Suffolk Libraries' Leon Paternoster writes about how they designed their own library self-service software for a better user experience
Deborah Brown from the British Standards Institute writes about their new offer for libraries.
Catherine Cooke describes how TriBorough have improved the visibility of their catalogue to internet search engines through the use of linked data, positioning the library where its users - and potential users - are.
Helen Williams and Kate McGavin introduce the #cultureisdigital project, and invite all library people to get involved.
Overview of the current digital phenomenon - and whats in it for libraries?
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
A report of the 'Commons are Forever' project in Newcastle, and their recent data hack: Wuthering Hacks
New funding available to libraries to support businesses with digital skills
Leeds Libraries award winning coding activities
[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 …