Carter Carolyn (2004). Partnerships in Practice: Empowering the Learning Community Demonstration Projects Evaluation Report. London : Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA). En ligne : <http://www.mla.gov.uk/r ... c_eval_rep_pdf_6660.pdf>.
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Keywords: bibliothĂ¨ques scolaires, Grande Bretagne
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Empowering the Learning Community was the report of the Education and Libraries Task Group to the Secretaries of State for Culture, Media and Sport and for Education and Employment published in March 2000 by the Library and Information Commission.1 The report recommended ways in which co-operation between the education and public library sectors could be encouraged and improved to support lifelong learning. The Governmentâ€™s response2 recommended a small number of demonstration projects between libraries, learning providers and other Partners to develop co-operative arrangements and to improve and expand their services to users, including both learners and potential learners. Consequently, Regional Agencies (RAs) were each invited to submit a proposal to fund a collaborative project which would work with existing and new Partners in order to improve services and bring benefits to post 16 learners in their region. Eight RAs participated in the demonstration projects, offering feedback on a total of 21 projects/sub-projects which were scheduled to run from June 2003 to March 2004. The Carter-Small Partnership (CSP) was contracted to undertake the evaluation research.
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