1 Address the fragmented nature of the public library network and broker common ICT and content agreements.
2 Promote the role of libraries to key government departments and bodies as a way of tackling social and educational objectives and
cross promote public libraries with other cultural institutions (art galleries, museums etc).
3 Forge links and alliances with key media players and use web 2.0 to deliver local news content (incl. local classified ads).
4 Target lapsed-library users and non users via partnerships with other recipients of local government funding e.g. schools, hospitals and
5 Set up a network of homework-help clubs (both physical and online).
6 Establish a network of computer kiosks within shopping centres and post offices (especially in rural areas) to offer library services.
7 Offer Bill Pay and Government form filling services for people with intellectual and physical disabilities.
8 Hold more events that bring together authors publishers and readers (eg a library prize for best new book).
9 Hold job fairs, healthy eating talks and crime reduction in libraries.
10 Link public libraries to public (government) schools to help populate their curricula (especially local history).