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Journal articleI first met a very British version of MARC (Machine Readable Cataloguing) in 1983, straight out of university. I didn't know anything about cataloguing, indexing, classification, or data. MARC made sense of it all. AACR2 (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd Edition) was impenetrable without MARC as a framework. LCSH (Library of...
The future of research outputs: Summary of roundtable discussion co-hosted by the British Library and RAND EuropeOn the 17th February 2020, British Library and RAND Europe convened a roundtable discussion on the future of research outputs. Since the workshop we have all been challenged by the profound changes to our lives and research caused by COVID-19, a crisis which re-focused a worldwide research effort in search...
Interactive resourceThe British Library service known as EThOS is effectively a shop window on the amazing doctoral research undertaken in UK universities. With half a million thesis titles listed, you can uncover unique research on every topic imaginable and often download the full thesis file to use immediately for your own...
DatasetThe data in this collection comprises the bibliographic metadata for all UK doctoral theses listed in EThOS, the UK's national thesis service. We estimate the data covers around 98% of all PhDs ever awarded by UK Higher Education institutions, dating back to 1787. Thesis metadata from every PhD-awarding university in...
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