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Bibliography and Sources
All web links were accessed 18 December 2012
ARCHON Directory. The directory is continuously updated, and can be viewed online at
www.archon.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archon/
Arts Council England (2004) Arts in England 2003 - attendance, participation and attitudes. Research Report 37, December 2004.
British Library Annual Report. London. Also available from www.bl.uk
CIPFAa Archives Services Statistics Estimates. CIPFA, London. Published annually.
CIPFAb Leisure and Recreation Statistics Estimates. CIPFA, London. Published annually.
CIPFAc Public Library Statistics Actuals. CIPFA, London. Published annually.
CIPFAd Children's Public Library User Survey. CIPFA, London. Published annually.
CIPFAe Public Library User Survey. CIPFA, London. Published annually.
DCMS Annual Reports. TSO.
www.culture.gov.uk/Reference_library/Annual_Reports/
Ipsos MORI (2006) Renaissance in the Regions - Final National Report 2005. Unpublished.
LISU Average Prices of British Academic Books January to June. LISU, Loughborough. Published annually.
MLA (2004) Overview of Data in the Museums, Libraries and Archives Sector.
MLA (2005) Commentary on the Utility of ONS Labour Market Statistics for the MLA Domains - Final Report. Unpublished. Contains data from the Office for National Statistics’ Annual Business Inquiry (ABI) and Labour Force Survey (LFS).
MLA (2008) List of Museums with Full Registration or Accreditation - July 2008.
MORI (2004) Visitors to Museums and Galleries 2004 - Research study conducted for the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. March 2004 (revised November 2004).
MORI (2005) Renaissance in the Regions - Final National Report 2004. Unpublished.
Museums Association (2005) Museums and Galleries Yearbook 2005.
ONS (2007) Product Sales and Trade, PRA 22110: Publishing of Books.
Public Services Quality Group - PSQG (2004) Survey of Visitors to British Archives 2004 - National Report.
Public Services Quality Group - PSQG (2006) Survey of Visitors to British Archives 2006 - National Report.
SCONUL Annual Statistics. SCONUL, London.
TGI Analysis carried out for MLA. Unpublished.
The National Archives (2004) Annual Report and Resource Accounts 2003-04. TSO.
http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/entire_report_04.pdf (1.18 MB)
The National Archives (2005) Annual Report and Resource Accounts 2004-05. TSO www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/entire_report_05.pdf (2.4 MB)
The National Archives (2006) Annual Report and Resource Accounts 2005-06. TSO. www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/annualreport0506.pdf (340 KB)
VisitBritain (2005a) Visitor Attractions Trends England 2004.
VisitBritain (2005b) Attractions' Sector Structure and Visits in 2004 - summary data.
VisitBritain (2006a) Visitor Attractions Trends England 2005.
VisitBritain (2006b) Attractions' Sector Structure and Visits in 2005 - summary data.
VisitBritain (2007a) Visitor Attractions Trends England 2006.
VisitBritain (2007b) Attractions' Sector Structure and Visits in 2006 - summary data.
VisitEngland (2009) Visitor Attractions Trends in England 2008.
See www.culture.gov.uk/what_we_do/museums_and_galleries/3383.aspx for a list of DCMS sponsored museums.
Acknowledgements

Gratitude is due to many organisations who have helped with information and advice, including:
The British Library
CILIP - Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
CIPFA - Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy
DCMS - Department for Culture, Media and Sport
HESA - Higher Education Statistics Agency
SCONUL - Society of College, National and University Libraries
The Heritage Lottery Fund
The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)
The National Archives (TNA)

The LAMPOST was compiled by Helen Greenwood
lisu@lboro.ac.uk

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