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Mapping the Territory: The links between museums, archives and libraries, and adult basic skills
This report provides baseline data on the ability of museums, archives and libraries in England to contribute to the Government's targets for improving the literacy and numeracy skills of adults with basic skills needs. 15 Sep 2003