Phone: (+44) (0) 12739-15659
Library details: British Library for Development Studies is an Academic library.
This library is affiliated with Institute of Development Studies (view map) . The collection of the library contains 800,000 volumes. The library circulates 8,000 items per year. The library serves a population of 700 FTE Enrollment.
Other Info: The British Library for Development Studies (BLDS) is Europe's most comprehensive research collection on development issues. It holds over 80,000 monographs, including individual research reports, working papers and books, and over 10,000 magazine, newspaper, annual report and newsletter titles. Over 50% of the collection is published in the Global South, including many unique holdings.
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Administration: The director of the library is Helen Rehin .
Wireless: The library offers wireless access to the Internet.
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Automation System||Koha -- PTFS Europe||2011|
|Previous Automation System||Locally developed||2007|
|Previous Automation System||C2||1998|
|Previous Automation System||Minisis||1987|
|OpenURL Link resolver||None|
|This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.|
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|WorldCat Registry ID||111679|
Record History: This listing was created on Nov 19, 2008 and was last modified on Dec 19, 2019.
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