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Access to Understanding is a collaboration, led by the British Library, which unites individuals and organisations that...
Exploring the history of the British West India Regiments to understand changes in racial thought
Participants on this adult learning course developed their creative practice and explored the connected history of photo...
Exploring the archiving of radical protest.
Helping advance the state-of-the-art in handwritten text recognition technologies for Arabic.
We're developing our Boston Spa site to meet the information management challenges of the 21st century.
Competitions, events and collaborative projects that support and inspire the use of our digital collections
We've worked with the Qatar Foundation and the Qatar National Library to create a free online resource
A new residency scheme supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council
Building the Future will shape the development of the British Library’s campus in St Pancras, London – one of the great...
Funded by the British Inter-University China Centre
Year-long professional development projects for emerging global leaders
Insights on the relationship between children’s play and wider contemporary culture
Community Engagement works closely with local community groups and residents to develop collaborative British Library pr...
Drawing together experts from British Library, The National Archives and Birkbeck University, this project will co-devel...