1. Charlotte and Matt the short edit

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    Shot in the beautiful Bodleian Library in Oxford, Matt and Charlotte's wedding was a highlight in our calender. Vintage buses, stately homes, gorgeous guests and that Library... what a venue. We very much hope you like our film, there are plenty more on our site www.weddingvideosolutions.co.uk

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    • Philip Pullman Masterclass at Oxford University - Trailer

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      Famous Oxford author and Exeter College alumnus Philip Pullman takes his audience through the manuscripts and maps which form part of Lyra's Oxford. Hosted by Bodley's Librarian Dr Sarah Thomas, the Masterclass, held in the Holywell Music Room, is followed by a reception in the Bodleian Library's Divinity School.

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      • Korean Treasures come to Oxford

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        Choson dynasty books donated by Seoul National University Prof Jang Moo Lee, President of Seoul National University visits the University of Oxford on the 17th March 2009 to donate 400 books from the Kyujanggak Archive. This donation was organised by Prof Hi Won Yoon, Vice President of Seoul National University. These include old maps of Korea and Choson Dynasty government records. Dr Sarah Thomas, Head of the Bodleian Library receives the books on behalf of the University of Oxford. Prof Lee and his colleagues also meet with Dr John Hood, Vice Chancellor of the University of Oxford, and Prof William Dutton and Prof Denis Noble at the Oxford Internet Institute. 17th March 2009

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        • The Future of Libraries

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          Dr Sarah Thomas in Conversation with Frances Cairncross Sarah E. Thomas has held the office of Bodley's Librarian and Director of the Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford since February 2007. In this position, she is responsible for the operation of the largest university library in the United Kingdom, and one of the major research libraries in the world. She previously held the positions of Adjunct Professor of German and Carl A. Kroch University Librarian at Cornell University. Her previous experience in major research libraries includes Harvard's Widener Library, Johns Hopkins, the National Agricultural Library, the Library of Congress, and the Research Libraries Group. In 2007, Dr Thomas was awarded the Melvil Dewey Medal of the American Library Association. In this video she is in conversation with the Rector of Exeter College, Frances Cairncross. They discuss the £78 million redevelopment of the New Bodleian, the future of the book, and of libraries, taking in the Bodley's responsibility for some of the finest architecture anywhere in the world.

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          • Oxford (1941)

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            A look at the facilities and character of Oxford University, and the varied experiences that are associated with studying there. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film.

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            • Richard Ovenden on book arts in the 21st-century

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              In the age of the iPad and Kindle, the future of the printed book is under threat. Distinguished librarian Richard Ovenden of Oxford's Bodleian library examines the relevance of the physical book, and the 'book arts', in the digital age and in the context of a 21st-century research library. Is there still a place for design, typography and illustration? Is the quality of paper, ink and binding still important? Richard also discusses the works of significant pioneers and contemporary innovators in the book arts. Richard Ovenden FRSA FSA is keeper of special collections and director of the Centre for the Study of the Book at the Bodleian library. The library was founded in 1602 by Sir Thomas Bodley. Generations of famous scholars and writers have studied there, including five kings, 40 Nobel Prize winners and 25 British prime ministers. This Foxcroft Lecture was held on 15 February 2011.

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              • Students occupy Oxford university

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                Students occupy the Bodleian Library at Oxford University in protest against the Tories' proposed raising of the tuition fee cap. Filmed by Zoe Broughton - zoe@urchin.info.

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                • Bodleian Library, oxford. united kindom.

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                  the main research library of the University of Oxford, is one of the oldest libraries in Europe, and in Britain is second in size only to the British Library. Established in 1602, located in Broad Street, Oxford. it has 11.000.000 volumes

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