British Library Digitisation Services at the Museum + Heritage Show

British Library Digitisation Services

British Library Digitisation Services will be exhibiting at The Museums + Heritage Show on 16 and 17 May 2018 at Olympia, London.

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The two day event features more than 50 free talks and is the perfect place to discover new ideas and opportunities, and to explore new ways of working.

Digitisation Services can help you convert your physical collections into digital resources.  Whether it’s archive records, books of photographs; rare artefacts, large maps or scrolls, British Library Digitisation Services can manage your digitisation projects from start to finish.

Come and see us at stand number A6 during the event, where you can talk to Peter, Emma or Saba, to find out more about how Digitisation Services can help your organisation. If you want to set up a meeting you can contact us now to set one up at your convenience, or just come along to the stand.  You can also ask about other British Library Services, such as On DemandEThOS and storing your collections at the British Library. 

Registration for the Museums + Heritage Show is completely free and gives you access to all talks and the exhibition. To find out more and to register visit the Museums + Heritage Show.  

You can keep up to date with all the latest news and information from British Library Digitisation Services on twitter @BL_Digitisation.

We look forward to meeting you at the show!


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