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In the second part of the blog series on the Franki Raffles Photography Collection, Weitian Liu picks several highlights of the collection…

Date Friday February 19, 2021

Below is a short ‘how to’ for Click and Collect. This service allows the Library to provide access to print material and physical items,…

Date Thursday February 18, 2021
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“I do love nothing in the world so well as you – is not that strange?”, says Benedick of Beatrice in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing…

Date Thursday February 11, 2021
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Miss Elizabeth Foulis, an Invisible Borrower

In this blog, student Emma Sibbald shares highlights from her research into the reading practices of Elizabeth Foulis, a regular user of the University Library in the 1800s. In early-nineteenth century Scotland, there…

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Library top tip: searching

Here are a few short videos looking at how to find different types of resources. We start with a 3 minute video showing you how to get the best out of using Library search in general: Searching for an ebook: Searching…

The Franki Raffles Photography Collection

With the completion of a 26-month project, the Franki Raffles Photography Collection has now been fully catalogued. The online catalogue of the photographs in this collection is now available on the Special Collections…