Loughborough helping to create People’s Record

Library Centenary Open Day stands

People’s Record Project Stand

Loughborough University Library is one of only two academic libraries to take part in the People’s Record, an archival strand of the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council’s (MLA) ‘Setting the Pace’ programme which marks the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The University Library helped collate the stories of the University’s students and staff, as well as the wider local community in an attempt to capture the ‘Olympic’ mood.  Further details of Loughborough’s involvement in the People’s Record project is available at PODIUM, the Further and Higher Education Unit for the 2012 Games.

If you are interested in discovering more about pople’s atitude towards sport and the Olympics why not do a keyword search on SportsDiscus and Nexis UK.


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