Zur Finanzlage der britischen Hochschulbibliotheken 1999-2009

Gabel, Gernot U.
February 2011
Bibliotheksdienst;2011, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p131
Trade Publication
The article presents a summary of the 2010 published study done by the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) in England. It discusses the 2010 budget cuts made by British Prime Minister David Cameron affecting colleges and student fees, and thus university libraries, in light of the financial situation and growth of the number of students and teaching personnel of the previous ten years of 1999 to 2009.


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