London Libraries Consortium Now Numbers 15 London Boroughs and 3.6m Inhabitants as Merton Joins

Merton announces it has joined the London Libraries Consortium. Started in 2004, the consortium now numbers 15 London Boroughs, almost half the capital’s 32 Boroughs and covering over 3.6 million residents. Lewisham and Kingston-Upon-Thames have also joined in the last 12 months. Anthony... - September 11, 2011

London Libraries Consortium Subscribes to smartsm to Drive Efficiencies Around Their Shared Collections

UK's largest public library consortium chooses smartsm to aid better stock deployment and use - May 26, 2011

London Libraries Consortium Member, Enfield Library Service, Increases Use of Digital Reference Sources by Over 300 Percent

Following review, Enfield Library Service is saving £30k per year on reference services and now has 7,500 – 12,000 users a month of its online resources, a massive increase from just 2,500/month a year ago. - December 01, 2010

London Libraries Consortium Introduces Shared Stock Management and Acquisitions

Two London Boroughs, both members of the London Libraries Consortium, are sharing stock management services across the two boroughs. - October 20, 2010

London Libraries Consortium Uses RFID for Self-Service, Stock Management and Extended Opening

Benefits to libraries of RFID includes: Quicker stock taking, frees up librarians from admin-heavy tasks to have more interaction with library users etc. Increase opening hours. - July 16, 2010

London Libraries Consortium Leads on E-Books for Public Libraries

London Libraries Consortium's initial response to The Modernisation Review of Public Libraries: a Policy Statement - March 30, 2010

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