Carol Bream

With an MA Classics (Cambridge) and MCILIP (Leeds) Carol has worked in a variety of roles since 1973 in UK public and university libraries, in Brussels at the Centre for European Policy Studies; an American law firm and the British Council.

At the European Commission Central Library since 1987, she worked in all areas from technical to front desk. Currently advisor to the Head of Library tasked to encourage and implement modernisation and co-operation between Commission, EU institution and external libraries, and with colleagues in other Commission departments, where policies have an impact on, or can benefit from information professionals.

 « People      « Contributors 

Articles by Carol Bream:

My Favourite Tipples from a European Union Specialist
Tuesday, 8th July 2014

My Favourite Tipples are shared by Carol Bream, advisor to the Head of the Library of the European Commission Central Library where she focuses on the future development of library and information services. She shares her favourite online resources on topics from resource discovery to metadata and EU publications.