The British Library's Strategy 2008 - 2011
This is the culmination of work over several months during which we have identified the challenges which a great research library faces in the digital age and which will drive our plans for development over the next three years.
The new strategy builds on our 2005-2008 strategy, Redefining the Library, and focuses on what we consider to be our most significant priorities going forward. It reflects the British Library’s position as a successful public sector institution which underpins UK research competitiveness, supports UK business and provides a range of innovative services for the general public.
Details about what we will be focusing on in the coming year are set out in our Action Plan for 2009/10. See PDF files in the right-hand column.