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This project looked at our preservation capabilities as applied to digital legal deposit material
Developing staff skills to support digital researchers.
We worked with partners in China to digitise more than 480 Chinese 'oracle bones'
The British Library has created a directory of UK sound collections
Aims to explore the richness and diversity of our collection of sacred texts, contextualised through discursive articles
We offer fellowships to encourage the study of classical music sound recordings
This project builds our ability to collect publications designed for mobile devices that respond to reader interaction o...
We want to preserve and give you access to content on thousands of CD-ROMs and other disk media in our collections
Crowdsourcing location data to make a selection of its vast collections of maps fully searchable and viewable using popu...
To make high-resolution digital images of the majority of the British Library's Greek manuscripts freely available onlin...
Displays inspired by Harry Potter: A History of Magic can be viewed in public libraries across the UK, in tandem with th...
Aims to provide free online access to Hebrew manuscripts from the Library’s collection
We're tackling the threat of technical obsolescence facing our digital collections
Jen Calleja is the British Library's Translator in Residence for 2017-18
This project is cataloguing and digitising George III’s collection of around 30–40,000 maps and views.