In December 2004, using money provided by the North East Museum, Library and Archive Council (NEMLAC), Tyne and Wear Museums (TWM) commissioned AEA Consulting to investigate the social impact of its programmes and to recommend ways in which TWM could ensure and maximise impact in the future.
For the third consecutive year there has been a rise in the number of people visiting public libraries in England. Statistics released today from the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy show that in 2004/05 visits to public libraries increased by just under three million. There were over 21 million more visits to libraries in 2004/05 than there were in 2001/02.
The Clore Leadership Programme has been designed to help develop the skills and experience of potential leaders in the cultural sector. The Programme includes the whole range of creative and cultural fields, and the Laser Foundation is supporting a Fellowship for librarians working in public librarianship.
You can help your learners get the recognition they deserve.
Do you know someone who has a remarkable story to tell or who has overcome particularly testing challenges and barriers to their learning? If you do, then nominate them now and help celebrate the creativity, imagination and energy that adults bring to their learning.