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Published on Sep 20, 2012
It's easy to discover and relatively easy to access commonplace resources. It's another matter to discover special collections (whether in libraries, archives or museums) at the moment of need. Should institutions be prioritising this aspect of discovery where they alone can make a unique contribution to learning and scholarship? Contributors: Andrew Green (National Library of Wales), Janet Peters (Cardiff University), Mark Brown (University of Southampton), Chris Banks (University of Aberdeen), Paul Ayris (University College, London), Anne Jarvis (Cambridge University Library)