The University of Manchester Library has published its annual report for 2021/22 , tracking progress with their Imagine2030 vision .
The report showcases developments within the Imagine2030 lead priority areas and how the Library contributes to Our future , The University of Manchester’s vision and strategic plan. It also celebrates the achievements of Library staff.
Professor Christopher Pressler, John Rylands University Librarian and Director of The University of Manchester Library said:
"I am very proud of the work carried out across the wide remit of the Library in partnership with so many great colleagues throughout the University. The Library operates a portfolio which includes engagement with teaching & learning, student and campus life, research, publishing and open scholarship, social responsibility, academic delivery, and cultural heritage. We deliver this portfolio regionally, nationally and internationally and at a scale and diversity beyond any other UK academic library"
The Imagine2030 vision is directed by seven enabling themes: Creative People; Engaged Students; Manchester Collections; Open Principles & Equality; Remarkable Spaces; Research Innovation and Valued Services. The 2022/23 annual report will be published in November 2023.
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