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A couple of years ago we bought a Prusa 3D printer for our Artefacto labs. Artefacto Labs is the umbrella under which our more experimental work falls, for prototyping and testing new technologies and new ideas.

We intentionally bought the printer as a kit because we were interested in learning...

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As libraries and museums (rightfully) close in order to keep people safe during the global pandemic, attention has shifted to how we can best support our communities and users solely online. New digital services are emerging, and existing digital service touchpoints are being brought to the fore. Wh...

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As a remote-first company, we love tools that let us collaborate in different, creative ways. We also find, for the sake of productivity, meetings are best avoided unless there’s a strong and clear reason for them. We wanted to share some tools that can be useful for different types of collaboration...

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This is part two of our series of CPD Hacks, covering tools and shortcuts to help with your Continuing Professional Development (CPD). You can read the first in the series here.

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The Data Detective Agency is an Artefacto Labs project that we've been working on since sometime late last year. It's taken a bit of time as we tried different approaches and ironed out some unnecessary complexity.

It's an experiment in delivering Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for li...

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It's always interesting (and sometimes a little bit surprising) to see what links are most popular with the library and information network we share our newsletter with. It also seems like a good way to summarise the year in libraries and start looking forward to what’s to come for 2020.

So let's look back at what proved popular within the library community this year.

This list includes some of the most popular links from the 23 issues we published in 2019. Thanks to everyone who blogged, tweeted, created and shared resources for libraries in 2019.

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