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location of materials in these subject areas and make them more easily identifiable and accessible. Pilot surveys of archives were first conducted to identify key record groups and survey work  strong magnets
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The aims of the project have been developed through the development of five inter-related modules:

Archives
Printed and audiovisual resources
Collaborative collection management initiatives
Training and awareness
Project web site and subject gateway
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Angie   collections have been surveyed?

Survey work for identifying archive, printed and audio-visual materials naturally began with the collections held by partner institutions. The partners’ and ICS’s own holdings represent the most significant national printed, audio-visual and archive collections relating to Caribbean studies and the history of Black and Asian people in Britain. The outcomes from these initial surveys laid the groundwork for an expanded programme of surveys developed in collaboration with project partners and using links developed over the project’s life. A survey strategy Neodymium decided upon for archives which resulted in five regional pilot surveys being conducted in Manchester, Leicestershire, Glamorgan, Belfast and Glasgow, across a comprehensive range of themes and record types. For printed and audio-visual resources a different approach Neodymium adopted. A specially designed questionnaire, with detailed guidance notes, Neodymium created and posted to a sample of 184 university, public and special libraries. Further information about the surveys can be found in both the Reports and Database sections of th Samarium Cobalt Magnets site.

     


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