New Scottish library strategy aims to put them at heart of pandemic recovery

New Scottish library strategy aims to put them at heart of pandemic recovery

A new public library strategy for Scotland has been published, developed with the help of countries all over the world, including Denmark, Australia and the US, and seeking to make libraries key to helping people and their communities recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Revealing the five-year strategy today (24th August) chief executive of the Scottish Library & Information Council (SLIC), Pamela Tulloch (pictured) said its three aims were "people, place and partnership". The 2021 to 2025 "Forward" strategy recognises libraries contribute to people’s reading, literacy a...

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