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Diamonds and Rust: Re-housing the Student Records One of the largest components of the Department of Social Work’s archive is a collection of over 1000 student admission files from 1928, when the school was transferred to the …Continue reading →

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Planning for Humanity: Patrick Geddes in India, 1914-1924 This October we celebrate the 165th anniversary of Patrick Geddes’ birth (2 October 1854).  We bring you news of a series of upcoming events which commemorate Patrick Geddes and his …Continue reading →

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Resource Lists – new look The Resource Lists (Leganto) interface has a had a makeover in time for the start of the new academic year. The list menu (…) where you ‘ll find the option …Continue reading →

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COPE European Seminar On Monday I attended the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) European Seminar in Leiden.  Cope has been around for over 20 years, and began as a relatively informal group of …Continue reading →

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A week under the Bolognese sun   One of the best parts of working at the University of Edinburgh is their focus on professional development. Staff can enhance their experience at work through online courses, workshops, …Continue reading →

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Resource Lists: new list view New List view We’ve changed the default view of Resource Lists so when you go to a Resource List you’ll see the section headings listed instead of all the citations. …Continue reading →

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Ban Dainagon Ekotob : a premium replica of the late 12th-century Japanese emakimono (picture scroll) TAGS: | The Library has just purchased a beautiful reproduction of a late 12th-century Japanese emakimono (絵巻) – a set of 3 illustrated narrative picture scrolls called Ban Dainagon Ekotob (伴大納言絵詞 The …Continue reading →

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The Edinburgh School of Social Study and Training Foundations: Social work training at the University of Edinburgh has gone through several guises since it was first taught in 1918.  Initially it was established as the Edinburgh School of …Continue reading →

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‘Body Language’ exhibition launches to resounding gong! Project archivist, Elaine MacGillivray, dances us through the magic of the ‘Body Language’ exhibition launch. A sudden booming and magical gong hushed invited guests.  Its exotic timbre reverberated throughout the …Continue reading →

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Resource Lists Framework The Resource Lists Framework states that Resource Lists are the preferred route to manage library materials for teaching, summarises the service you can expect from the Library and outlines good …Continue reading →

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