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UL sheet music priority – updating Britten

In April this year we asked our readers at the UL which uncatalogued items they would prefer us to process as a priority: the results were published on this blog on 20 April, see https://musicb3.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/ul-sheet-music-priority-survey-results/ As you can see, we … Continue reading

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UL sheet music priority survey results

Most libraries have items which are not yet fully catalogued and so not easily available to their readers. Often this is because other material has to be given priority, or some items could not be tackled due to various reasons … Continue reading

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Music collections survey results

The music collections survey that took place last term has given us some interesting food for thought. The winners of the prize draw have been contacted in January and I want to say thank you again to all of you … Continue reading

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Music collections survey

As part of the music pilot – this is the three year project where the music collections at the University Library and Pendlebury Library of Music are managed by the same music librarians – we are, amongst other things, looking … Continue reading

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Music survey results: good news and bad news

First of all, I would like to thank everyone who has taken time to complete our music pilot survey last term. Your feedback and participation is highly appreciated. Next year we are planning a “bigger” version to evaluate many more … Continue reading

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