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Fabienne Hess: Hits and Misses The exhibition Hits and Misses by Swiss London-based artist Fabienne Hess opened in the Talbot Rice Gallery on Thursday 31st July. Please try and catch it; it’s on till 3rd …Continue reading →

Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School – days 3, 4 and 5 TAGS: | | | Apologies for the delay! Here are  my highlights from the final three days of this year’s Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School: – On Wednesday we learned all about the Text …Continue reading →

Publishing your Semester 1 Resource List TAGS: | | | | Semester 1 resource lists should be published before 7th August 2015 deadline to allow sufficient time for the Library to review the list and process any requests for scans and/or …Continue reading →

Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School – days 1 and 2 TAGS: | | I’m down in Oxford this week for the Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS), a five-day festival of digital scholarship showcasing the latest developments in research in the field and …Continue reading →

Create your own Resource List TAGS: | | | Resource Lists @ Edinburgh uses Talis Aspire to create and manage online reading lists. Create your resource list using Talis Aspire, include the additional information requested by the Library and …Continue reading →

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Learn how to use Resource Lists in your own time TAGS: | | |   During our workshops we run through a series of tasks to familiarise attendees with creating, editing, and managing resource lists. If you are unable to attend one of our …Continue reading →

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Submit your Resource List by 5pm TODAY and we will create it for you TAGS: | | | | Remember, if you submit your reading list to our Library Learning Services team by 5pm today we will guarantee creation of your resource list ready for Semester 1. This service …Continue reading →

Finding, managing, writing and sharing research – what tools do you use? Do you use Google Drive or Word? Mendeley or Endnote? Google Scholar or Scopus? Open access or traditional journals? ResearchGate or repositories? New tools are constantly being developed, as reflected …Continue reading →

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Resource List Workshops TAGS: | Interested in using Resource Lists @ Edinburgh for your course but a little unsure how to go about it. Or would you like to learn how to create lists yourself?  …Continue reading →

Send us your Reading / Resource Lists TAGS: | | | The College of Humanities and Social Science is funding two student interns to work on uploading resource lists to Talis Aspire over the summer, so we are keen to have as …Continue reading →

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