Participants of the LibQUAL+™ 2009 survey were given the option to enter a draw to win a £50 token for Borders Books. The winners were Hannah K. Hamilton, Paul Bastock and Olivia Robinson.
What’s in the news – Westminster, Holyrood and Brussels: Westminster news Government Response to the House of Lords Select Committee on Communications Report on Public Service Broadcasting: Short-Term Crisis, Long-Term Future? (HL 61) Session 2008-0 – Dept Culture, Media &… Read More ›
The Library now has a new online collection of British Periodicals covering the 18th and 19th centuries, which will be invaluable for teaching, learning and research into virtually any topic eg history, literature, music, art, drama, archaeology, architecture etc. A… Read More ›
You can now find more borrowing and lending services at a single location within the Library. From the 26th of May you can collect and return items that we’ve obtained for you from elsewhere at the Lending Desk on Level… Read More ›
New titles have been added to Oxford Reference Online – A Dictionary of Education, A Dictionary of Hinduism, Oxford Companion to Global Change; The New Oxford Dictionary for Scientific Writers and Editors. And there are new editions of several dictionaries… Read More ›
Westminster news Banking Crisis: Reforming Corporate Governance and Pay in the City – HC 519, Treasury Committee: examines remuneration in the City of London, as well as the nexus of private actors, including non-executive directors, institutional shareholders, auditors and credit… Read More ›
The Scottish Higher Education Digital Library (SHEDL) now makes e-journals published by Cambridge University Press, Springer and the American Chemical Society freely available to all users in Scottish higher education. This covers journal issues published in the current year. Titles available… Read More ›