New Exhibition at The British Library on digital research

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Growing Knowledge: The evolution of research

12 October 2010 – 16 July 2011

Join the debate and take part in our exciting new exhibition of innovative digital research services and tools. #blgk

Visit our new exhibition and tell us what you think.

Get involved:

  • Search large audio files and uncover clips that are relevant to your research
  • Explore maps using advanced geospatial technologies
  • Manipulate content across multiple media and save your work to return to later
  • Find out about new online resources and collections specific to your research


You can access many of these tools and content over the web so you can experience the exhibition online or continue your guided journey here if you have already visited the Library.

Follow what people are saying about the exhibition on Twitter – #blgk

Help us evaluate

To help us understand your research needs for digital technologies, and to support your research requirements in the future, we would like you to tell us what you think.

When you visit the Growing Knowledge exhibition at the British Library or online, we will ask you to rate what you see and join the debate about the Library’s vision for its digital research future.

We will also be holding some growing Knowledge evaluation sessions at the Library. These will offer a short introduction to the Growing Knowledge content and concepts, a chance to explore the exhibition in detail, and a discussion with the Evaluation team. The sessions will take place on Mondays throughout the GK run, and last for approx 1.5 hours.

If you would like to sign up for one of the evaluation sessions and contribute to the Library’s digital research future, contact the Evaluation team now:


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