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Open Doors Project Report

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The final project report on this Museums, Libraries and Archives Council Skills for Life project is now available to download

The Open Doors Project ran until March 2006, and was managed by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council Yorkshire (MLAY). The project aims were to to bring together museum, library and archive staff and Skills for Life practitioners who are involved in, or would like to get involved in, joint delivery for Skills for Life learners. You can find out lots more about the project, and access downloadable resources, from the project website.

You will find a copy of the final project report in Downloads.

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