About

Work and Expression is the weblog of the Information Services Section of the City of London Libraries (ISS) – previously known as the Bibliographical Services Section (BSS).

We are are responsible for providing services in cataloguing, acquisitions and inter-library loans for the libraries of the City of London – the local authority for the Square Mile – and this blog is our collective voice.

We intend to use the blog to publicise what we do, to reflect on what we do and share those reflections with our readers.  Our readership will, we hope, extend beyond our immediate colleagues in our own Department to our colleagues in the wider cataloguing and metadata community, the library community in general and the wider public beyond.

We hope that – like most good blogs – ours will, in time, develop a distinctive character of its own, but our aim is that the  keynote will be variety – a variety of subjects, tones, perspectives, voices and of types of writing, from short, spontaneous sharings of thoughts to longer, more considered pieces.

We very much hope that what we write will prove thought-provoking and that our readership will feel free to contribute thoughts of their own by commenting on what we write – your comments will be very welcome.  We would particularly interested to hear from anyone who has – or is intending to – attempted a project like this.  Do share your experiences with us.

If you would like to keep up to date with Work and Expression then click on Follow on the sidebar to receive e-mail updates  – or, if you have a blog of your own, you might like to add us to your blog roll.

We can be contacted by e-mail at ISSgeneral@cityoflondon.gov.uk

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