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Attendance of Archive Centres

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Main Document 0.13 MB

Barauskas, S.

2008

Intended purpose and/or audience:

Informing internal MLA Partnership staff

This document examines the attendance of archives in 2006-2007. Attendance is defined as a physical visit to an archive centre by an individual within the last 12 months.

Structure of the Document
* Section 2 will explore the frequency of attendance. The frequency of visits is reported by the respondent.
* Section 3 will break up the attendance data by various categories including:
- age band
- gender
- disability
- ethnicity
- religion
- socio-economic group
- income
- tenure
- household structure
- qualifications
- ACORN category
- government office region
* Section 4 will point out the main barriers and levers.
* Section 5 will provide an account of other engagement this covers online access.

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Publisher


MLA Council

Year published


2008

Commissioned by


MLA Council

Authors


Barauskas, S.

Author organisation


MLA Council

Document type

PDF

Document size

134KB

Domains


Archives

Geographical coverage


England

Other keywords


attendance
Taking Part