Digitized content in the UK research library and archives sector

  title={Digitized content in the UK research library and archives sector},
  author={Barbara B{\"u}ltmann and Rachel Hardy and Adrienne Muir and Clara Wictor},
A study of the current provision of digitised collections for researchers in the UK higher education sector was carried out through desk research, a Webbased questionnaire of research libraries and interviews. The study identified a great deal of digitised material in the sector and there has been considerable expenditure of UK public funds in the creation of digital material in the last ten years. However, funding of digitisation been piecemeal and uncoordinated. It is clear that there is a… CONTINUE READING

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