Got something to say about public libraries? Join Libraries Connected
online session for library supporters and users on 21 August to explore
what quality means for a modern library service. Book FREE place here:

A virtual consultation event exploring what quality means for a modern
library service.

Got something to say about libraries?

Libraries Connected are working with Arts Council England and CILIP to
develop an accreditation framework for public libraries.

An important part of this work is to engage as many people who care
about libraries as possible.

In this event we will be exploring the question ‘What does quality
mean for a modern library service?’.

The session will begin with some provocations from speakers outside of
the sector talking about what a quality library service means to them.

The virtual floor will then be open to everyone who would like to
contribute, or just listen in on what should be a great discussion.

If you would like to attend, please register and the joining details
will be sent to you in advance of Friday 21 August.

The session is open to everyone who supports or cares about libraries.

The British Library and The National Archives are partners on this
project and Shared Intelligence are leading on its delivery.

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