Default utility Image

Reflections on a Journey in Conservation: My Time as a Collections Care Assistant Back in March we welcomed our new Student Collections Care Assistants; Abigail Miskin, Ella Joyce and Isabela Tapia Hernandez. Four months on and it is time to say goodbye and …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

It’s audit time! TAGS: | Anyone who has attended a meeting, had a conversation in the corridor, or bumped into me in one of our stores, knows that one of my main talking points for …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

RESP Outreach Intern – End of Internship Written by: James Rice, RESP Outreach Intern With the launch event completed, my internship was coming toward its end. After six months, I was surprised at how quickly it had gone …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

New to the Library: Osmosis We are happy to let you know that the Library has a subscription to Osmosis, a health education platform of 1,800 animated videos and 22,000 integrated practice questions, covering subjects …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

Is that Vegan…? Conscious conservation changes during the One Health Project and beyond. By Amanda Dodd, Projects Conservator, Heritage Collections In this week’s blog, Amanda Dodd reviews the work she did on the One Health Project with a particular focus on this use …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

Recreating Connections: Exploring Charles Lyell’s Offprint Collection An offprint is a separate printing of a work that originally appeared as part of a larger publication, such as an academic journal, magazine, or edited book. Offprints are used …Continue reading →

Default utility Image

Curating and illustrating the ‘Animal Encounters’ online exhibition Written by: Rebekah Day, RESP Curatorial Intern From December 2023 to May 2024, I have had the pleasure of working on curating an online exhibition for the Regional Ethnology of …Continue reading →

One Health Research wrap up Hello again! This is my final week on the One Health project, in which I’ve undertaken research and academic engagement – it’s been a fascinating and exciting project to contribute …Continue reading →

One Health Academic Engagement My role in the Wellcome Trust One Health archival project has involved identifying research topics that can be found in archival records, undertaking research AND academic engagement.   We have …Continue reading →

The new Library Wellbeing Collection Looking for ways to look after yourself during your studies and exams? The Library’s new Wellbeing Collection provides resources on all aspects of wellbeing, including but not limited to anxiety, …Continue reading →

Follow @EdUniLibraries on Twitter


Default utility Image Archival Provenance Project: Emily’s finds               My name is Emily, and I’m the second of the two archive interns that...
Default utility Image Archival Provenance Project: a glimpse into the university’s history through some of its oldest manuscripts               My name is Madeleine Reynolds, a fourth year PhD candidate in History of Art....


Sustainable Exhibition Making: Recyclable Book Cradles In this post, our Technician, Robyn Rogers, discusses the recyclable book cradles she has developed...
Default utility Image Giving Decorated Paper a Home … Rehousing Books and Paper Bindings In the first post of this two part series, our Collection Care Technician, Robyn Rogers,...


Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.