#BLMadeWith – British Library Encourages Creativity with New Film Series
The British Library’s new online film series aims to inspire Londoners to create something new!
The British Library, the world’s largest geek-zone, has unveiled a new online film series which aims to inspire Londoners to use their resources to create something fresh and exciting.
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Other videos feature Film Studies PhD student Shelagh Rowan-Legg; founder of UnBEElievable Health, Sarah Orecchia; teacher Chris Levack & lots more inspirational figures who have made great use of the British Library collections.
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