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London Animation Festival

Inspiring all you animators out there, our current display in Aldgate library is to coincide with the London Animation Festival. “Founded in 2003, LIAF aims to dispel the popular misconception that animation is just cartoons for kids by screening the … Continue reading

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Copyright Guidance for Creative Industries

New website devoted to the Visual Artist, Musician, Performer, Filmmaker, Writer and Developer Copyrightuser.org is an independent online resource aimed at making UK Copyright Law accessible to creators and members of the public. The goal is to provide answers to … Continue reading

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Copyright Changes for Libraries June 2014

  New laws passed allow for new ‘format neutral’ copying in tune with the internet and digital age. What’s changing? The law is changing to make it easier and cheaper for cultural institutions like libraries, archives, and museums to use, … Continue reading

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Library Matters Our New Module on WebLearn

Library Matters is an interactive fun guide on WebLearn to help students  to make good use of library print & online resources. Library Matters is an open course that will help you learn how to find and use information you need … Continue reading

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Europeana for images

Europeana is an excellent resource for finding still images, video and sound with scholarly data attached.  Cross -search or browse across a wide range of European cultural collections. There is a personal storage space to save images or searches. One … Continue reading

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Britain at Work images & audio

The Union Makes Us Strong is a joint London Metropolitan University and TUC archive. Art, Design and Media students will find a rich source of work and social history photographs  on the website. The posters, pamphlets, and badges show how … Continue reading

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New British Film Institute Library

The new BFI Reuben Library has opened on London’s  South Bank. The collection encompasses both British and international  film and television history. Books, journals, documents and audio recordings are available for reference use. Read more before visiting  

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Culture Grid: scholarly images & audio

A culture, arts and heritage online resource sponsored by the Arts Council and the Collections Trust. Useful for quickly finding scholarly sources of still images, audio and video with detailed descriptions. Cross-search the collections of hundreds of museums, galleries, libraries … Continue reading

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Find moving images and audio

You can borrow from an exciting range of material on DVD and CD at London Met libraries: feature films, animation, art & design documentaries, TV broadcasts and video artworks. Audio CDs include art documentaries, music and sound effects. We also … Continue reading

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Discover Europe’s television heritage

EUscreen launched yesterday, offers free online access to videos, stills, texts and audio from European broadcasters and audiovisual archives. This is an exciting collaboration of 36 partners from 19 countries. Explore selected content from early 1900s until today. Discover how … Continue reading

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