Resource: British Library Courses

I had a chance to catch up with James Baker at the British Library on Friday, and discovered that they’re running an amazing series of short classes on digital skills for librarians. With his permission, I’ve posted their outline below, along with a few excerpts from their FAQ. Some of it is site-specific, but I think a lot would be relevant elsewhere. (Programming in Libraries was developed alongside writing these lessons for the Programming Historian and tweaked for the library audience; interested readers should also check out the practical elements of Managing Personal Digital Research Information work through this public wiki.)

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