Engagement and Impact PolicyThe Taylorian recognises that its collections provide opportunities for valuable user engagement activities. Our policy highlights some of the ways the Library is able to support these activities, and the related procedures in place.
There are opportunities for public engagement across the Bodleian Libraries. For example, the Library often helps to curate exhibitions and book displays which highlight research being undertaken by our readers. Exhibitions can be created to accompany conferences or seminars, or can be stand-alone events.
The Library is able to publish short-run publications such as exhibition catalogues, translations and facsimiles of out-of-copyright texts. These publications must make use of the Library’s collections in some way.
The Taylorian also has a blog and an active social media presence. Guest posts on the Taylorian blog are very welcome from readers who are working with our collections. We are also very keen to interact with our readers on Facebook and Twitter, and can help to promote your research and profile online.
For full details of how the library can help you make an impact please view the Engagement and Impact Policy document (PDF - opens in new window).