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  • Reader Facilities | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    Facilities Print friendly page Related links Reading Room Document Production Church of England Record Centre Wills Enquiries Marriage Records Enquiries The Reading Room is equipped with power points for readers to use their own portable computers Wireless internet access is available free of charge Readers may photograph items from the collection under certain conditions after purchasing a permit Microfilm and microfiche readers and an ultra violet lamp are available Tea

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  • Enquiries | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    Collections Search Collections Exhibitions Contact Us Support Us Enquiries Print friendly page Related links Wills Enquiries Marriage Records Enquiries Anglican Clergy Enquiries Reader Facilities Reading Room Lambeth Palace Library is pleased to answer routine enquiries and offer advice about sources We aim to send a response within 10 working days but this will depend on the nature of the enquiry staff availability and the volume of enquiries received However if

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  • Copying Services | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    be supplied may depend on the format and condition of the original as the preservation of material for future generations is the Library s over riding concern The provision of copies is also subject to copyright considerations Pre payment is required before any reprographic work can be done but please do not send money with your initial order The Library will advise on cost and payment methods Please click on

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  • Bridgeman Art Library | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    Production Advance Orders Reader Facilities Enquiries Copying Services Bridgeman Art Library Filming Publication Records Management Guides About Collections Search Collections Exhibitions Contact Us Support Us Bridgeman Art Library Print friendly page The Bridgeman Art Library holds digital images of selected

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  • Filming | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    Art Library Filming Publication Records Management Guides About Collections Search Collections Exhibitions Contact Us Support Us Filming in Lambeth Palace Library Print friendly page Related links Filming Requests Filming in the Library for broadcasting purposes in relation to our collections

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  • Publication | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    Collections Exhibitions Contact Us Support Us Permission to Publish Print friendly page Related links CERC Digital Photography CERC Photocopying CERC Copying Services Digital Photography Microfilms permission to reproduce pdf If images are required for publication rather than for research or private study a reproduction fee may be payable A request to publish form should be completed attached right The giving of permission implies no responsibility on the Librarian s part

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  • Records Management Guides | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    right of this page have been researched and produced by records and archive management specialists at the Church of England Record Centre drawing on expert advice from The National Archives Local Record Offices and the wider archive profession NEW December 2015 Safeguarding Records factsheet on retention for safeguarding records to accompany advice from the House of Bishops These guides are designed to help parishes dioceses Bishops and cathedrals develop a consistent and best practice approach to the treatment of Church records in their care whether paper or electronic There is a separate guide for each specific set of Church records Each guide contains some general records management advice alongside detailed guidance on the retention of record types associated with each area This general advice has been expanded and updated where appropriate to form a series of 11 factsheets the records management toolkit also available under resources The factsheets cover various records management topics in bite size sections Chapter and Verse The Care of Cathedral Records published June 2013 has been jointly produced with the Cathedral Libraries and Archives Association to support cathedral staff in managing their records from the point of creation through to their destruction or permanent retention as an archive record Cherish or Chuck The Care of Episcopal Records published December 2009 is designed to support Bishops offices and staff in managing the records created in the course of the diocesan national and other work undertaken by their Bishop Save or Delete The Care of Diocesan Records revised December 2008 is designed to support diocesan offices and staff to manage the mass of information that they create and manage in support of the work of the diocese enabling them to easily identify what needs to be kept and what can safely be destroyed Keep or Bin The Care

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  • are suitable for basic research purposes but not for reproduction 1st item per order 7 00 Subsequent images 0 70 each Images will usually be sent via ShareFile a secure online file sharing service or by e mail depending on size Image General image information and advice Tags technical 13 All images provided are copyright of Lambeth Palace Library and may not be used without permission TIFF files are uncompressed full format image files captured at a resolution of 300dpi Pixel resolution depends on the size and shape of the original Recommended minimum system requirements to view and edit TIFF files Windows 98 or equivalent operating system 128Mb RAM Pentium 4 processor or equivalent Screen resolution of 1024x768 JPEG files are compressed to the highest quality with no reduction in pixel resolution Printing guidelines Images of approx 3000 x 2000 pixels can be printed up to A5 6x8 at 100 Images of approx 4000 x 4000 pixels can be printed up to A4 8x12 at 100 All TIFF files provided can be increased in size by up to 200 for printing up to A3 12x16 without visible loss of quality JPEGS should only be printed up to 100 of their original size Using and editing images TIFF files can be opened and saved multiple times with no loss of quality JPEG files when opened with an image editor will usually be compressed each time they are saved thus gradually decreasing in quality each time It is suggested that you save an archive copy of each jpeg if extensive editing is to be done It is strongly suggested that all images are backed up onto another disk hard drive or network Images are best viewed at 100 zoom on screen Images downloaded from ShareFile should be saved onto your own hard drive as soon as you receive them as the download access expires after a month Microfilms Tags reprographics 9 Several of the Library s collections have been published on microfilm Please see the World Microfilms website 14 and Cengage website 15 for further details Image Self service Photograpy Photography by readers will be only permitted under the following conditions Self service photography will only be allowed where compatible with preservation of the material Before taking photographs readers must register with staff and have any material they wish to photograph assessed for suitability A permit to photograph items from the collections must be purchased for 5 Self service permits are valid for one day only The Library and Record Centre reserve the right to refuse self service photography where material is considered too fragile or would require special handling and to limit the service to assigned seats within the Reading Room Availability will be subject to capacity No tripods stands or handheld scanners are allowed No flash may be used and the photographic device must be on silent Please do not disturb other readers Bound material must be photographed using the book cradle or supports provided Unbound material must be placed

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