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The resource lists system is changing, but the service is staying the same The new resource lists system will be launching in June, but our service won’t be changing. Course Organisers will still be able to create their own resource lists or, alternatively, …Continue reading →

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Introducing My Collection in Leganto What is My Collection? Course Organisers and students will have a My Collection area in the new resource list system, Leganto. My Collection lets you collect and store relevant items; …Continue reading →

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Leganto – What’s in a Name? As we prepare to officially launch Leganto – our new Resource Lists system – in the next few weeks, we thought we would let you know a bit about the …Continue reading →

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Managing your bookmarks in preparation for the move to Leganto As part of the move from Talis Aspire, the Library will copy all published resource lists from 2016/17 to the new reading list system, Leganto. We’ll also copy archived lists, …Continue reading →

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NEW! Rhizomata: a journal for ancient philosophy & science TAGS: | We now have full access from volume 1 to this De Gruyter title, first published in 2013.

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‘BLAST’ – a journal that will ‘try and brave the waves of blood, for the serious mission it has on the other side of World-War’ TAGS: | | ‘…THIS PUCE-COLOURED COCKLESHELL […] HAS TO SPRING UP AGAIN WITH NEW QUESTIONS AND BEAUTIES WHEN EUROPE HAS DISPOSED OF ITS DIFFICULTIES…’ These were the words of Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957), editor …Continue reading →

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Students: Save your Resource List reading intentions and notes We’re currently working on migrating existing resource lists from Talis Aspire over to Leganto. However, reading intentions and notes cannot be moved across to the new system. Reading intentions are …Continue reading →

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Library selects new reading list system       Procurement Project Over the last few months, Library & University Collections, with support from IS Applications, has been carrying out a procurement project to select a reading …Continue reading →

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How to make good use of the NDL Digital Collections for Japanese Studies TAGS: | The National Diet Library of Japan has released an online training course on how to make good use of their NDL Digital Collections for Japanese Studies outside Japan. The course is delivered …Continue reading →

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DataVault Update March 2017 Following on from the Jisc Research Data Spring the universities of Manchester and Edinburgh have been continuing to develop DataVault.  Both institutions are currently planning local implementations, whilst working together …Continue reading →

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The Stories and Afterlife of Lady Grange Stories beget stories – it’s one of my favourite things about them – and archives...
Scottish Court of Session Papers; digitisation pilot At present I am working on a pilot project, digitising the Scottish Court of Session...

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A Book of Two Halves Our Projects Conservator, Nicole, describes a technique for repairing books that have broken in half...

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