BBTI User Survey
BBTI is moving to the Bodleian Library later this year. We would very much like to know how you use BBTI and how you would like to see it develop in future. Answers submitted by July 13 will be collated and presented at the Print Networks Workshop on July 24 at Chetham's Library in Manchester. Please take a few minutes to answer the (short) survey by following this link:
BBTI user survey
We are very grateful for your participation and continued support of BBTI!
Reminder: currently no new records are being added and no further amendments made.
BRITISH BOOK TRADE
(BBTI) is an index of the names and
brief biographical details and trade details of people who worked
in the book trade in England and Wales and who were trading by 1851.
The National Library of Scotland maintains a separate Scottish
Book Trade Index.
BBTI data - which are derived in part from
sources but are primarily the contributions of many
researchers - vary to some extent depending on
which areas have been researched, the scope and nature of that research
and, of course, the survival rate and quality of local primary evidence
for book-trade activity.
For help with searching BBTI, please look at
Asked Questions and use the help buttons on the
latest issue of our bulletin, Quadrat, published
Summer 2011 is here.
note that future issues of Quadrat will be electronic only.
There is still no charge for subscribing but new and existing
subscribers need to register by emailing the Editor, Catherine
the new 'Print Networks' website