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Weakest link? Help us make DiscoverEd strong TAGS: | | | We are looking for your help to assist us in making decisions on some of the links to be used in item records in our new Discovery service DiscoverEd. These are …Continue reading →

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It’s all about the search box – how you can influence DiscoverEd TAGS: | | | | We are looking for your help to assist us in making decisions on the search options and text used in our new Discovery service DiscoverEd. As part of the move …Continue reading →

DiscoverEd TAGS: | | | We are pleased to announce that the winning name for the University of Edinburgh Library’s new discovery service is DiscoverEd. The first person to enter this name was Andy Todd …Continue reading →

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“What’s in a name?” competition now closed TAGS: | | Entries are now closed for the “What’s in a name?” competition to help the Library name the new Discovery service. Any entries received now will not be counted. We’ve had …Continue reading →

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What’s in a name? Help us decide. TAGS: | | This summer the Library will be launching an exciting new discovery service and we want you to help us choose a name for this! This new “library search” will combine …Continue reading →

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Zhouyi zhuanyi Daquan: a piece of early-Ming tradition Just in time for the Chinese New Year we can announce that our copy of...
Robert Burns Manuscripts – gie us a job! It’s the time of year for all things Robert Burns. Here in the DIU I...

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