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How to use Click and Collect

Below is a short ‘how to’ for Click and Collect. This service allows the Library to provide access to print material and physical items, while it isn’t possible for students and staff to browse the shelves. In order to…

Love your repository

“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 As we approach the 14th February, thoughts turn to love and relationships.…

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…

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All Library services and spaces closed Friday 15 January

There will be no access to bookable space in Martyrs, Click and Collect will not be running and it won’t be possible for us to action scan requests on Friday 15 January. All services will be closed that day to…

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Library services during January

In light of recent government guidance, we have made some changes to Library services and spaces during January. As the new semester approaches, support will be adapted again, and we will keep you informed through the…