Lse Library Tour

Synopsis

The working Library of the London School of Economics and Political Science is one of the largest libraries in the world devoted to the economic and social sciences. Founded in 1896, it is also known as the British Library of Political and Economic Sciences. Over four million printed items, including 32,000 past and present journal titles, are accommodated on 50 kilometres of shelving. The audio tour is a relaxed way for new users to get to know the Library's layout and facilities: even if you have used the Library before, this tour will refresh your knowledge and point out some of the interesting features of this fantastic space.

Episodes

  • 000 Introduction

    18/04/2008 Duration: 02min
  • 100 History of the Library

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 001 Copyshop

    18/04/2008 Duration: 05min
  • 101 Accessability

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 002 Service Counter

    18/04/2008 Duration: 03min
  • 003 IT HelpDesk

    18/04/2008 Duration: 05min
  • 004 JX-Z Books

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 104 Lighting

    18/04/2008 Duration: 56s
  • 005 Lobby

    18/04/2008 Duration: 02min
  • 105 Redevelopment of the Library

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 006 LSE Research Library

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 106 The Library Environment

    18/04/2008 Duration: 02min
  • 007 Book Lockers

    18/04/2008 Duration: 03min
  • 107 Special Collections

    18/04/2008 Duration: 03min
  • 008 Archives & Rare Books

    18/04/2008 Duration: 38s
  • 108 Archive Collections

    18/04/2008 Duration: 01min
  • 009 Exit

    18/04/2008 Duration: 02min

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