The British Library has successfully worked with a diverse range of corporate partners to provide inspiring and engaging exhibitions. Most recently, these include:
This fascinating exhibition gives us a sneak preview of how the research landscape will look in the future and, in doing so, will help shape the Library’s future services to researchers.
Working with a range of partners, including Microsoft, Haworth and Hewlett Packard, we have created an inspiring exhibition that challenges our perceptions of how we currently undertake research and introduces new tools and technologies for researchers to try out, including exploring maps using advanced geospatial techniques and manipulating content across a range of new media.
Growing knowledge runs from October 2010 to July 2011.
Construction company Bouygues UK generously sponsored the Learning Programme for our hugely successful Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art exhibition.
Bouygues UK believe in improved outcomes for children and young people. By funding free workshops that ran alongside the exhibition for Primary, Secondary and Further Education students, the company supported and enriched the History curriculum and helped participants develop skills in historical enquiry, interpretation, research, critical thinking and visual literacy.
Magnificent Maps ran from April – September 2010