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Welsh Government | Over £2 million investment for Welsh libraries, archives and museums

Posted by LibeRaCe on April 8, 2013

See on Scoop.itPublic Library Info Lit Champions

Llandrillo Library‘s insight:

This includes the Welsh Information Literacy Project for Phase IV! Andrew, Pat, Gina and Síona are very much looking forward to working with you for this next exciting phase. This will include facilitating the embedding of IL activities and skills in Public Libraries and Schools, with the addition of extending support to end users. The IL Champions model will also be expanded to include FE and HE sectors through a Community of Practice.

See on wales.gov.uk

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2 Responses to “Welsh Government | Over £2 million investment for Welsh libraries, archives and museums”

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