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Visiting our campus libraries… virtually! TAGS: | | | | | | | As the semester gets going you may be keen to visit one of our many beautiful libraries to find materials, use a study space, or generally just soak up the …Continue reading →

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Things I Wish I’d Known: Graduate Reflections on using the Library TAGS: | | | As a recent graduate from Edinburgh, you can imagine I’ve spent the summer reminiscing and reflecting on my time at university. Over my four years studying Geography I spent a …Continue reading →

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What is LibSmart I? TAGS: | | | | | | | | LibSmart I is designed to give you an introduction to library resources for your study and research! The course enables you to take control of your learning as you self-enrol …Continue reading →

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5 Reasons to check out LibSmart I and II TAGS: | | | | | Introduction If you haven’t heard about LibSmart I and II yet – then what have you been doing?!  To quickly summarise, LibSmart I and II are fully flexible, self-enrol Learn …Continue reading →

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Dissertation Festival Blog: How to use the library remotely for your dissertation TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | | Introduction It’s time for the second blog! These dissertation festival blogs are an opportunity for me to share my thoughts on the Dissertation Festival Events I have attended. For those …Continue reading →

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Dissertation Festival Blog: So… what is a systematic review? TAGS: | | | | | | Introduction Welcome to the first of three blogs, where I document my Dissertation Festival Experience. For those who don’t know, the Library’s Dissertation Festival is a collaborative effort from the Library, …Continue reading →

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Five things ASLs have been doing to help students since lockdown 2020 TAGS: | | | | | | When coronavirus restrictions began in March 2020, the University of Edinburgh had to close some libraries and change some library services. But Academic Support Librarians haven’t gone away. We may …Continue reading →

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Using the Library remotely – accessing material you need TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | With many of you currently not in Edinburgh and access to our Library’s print collections severely restricted, knowing the options for accessing material that isn’t available online or that the …Continue reading →

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Future Science E-Journals – new subscription TAGS: | | | | | | | | We have signed up to the new Future Science Group Journals ‘Read & Publish’ Transitional Agreement 2021-2022. This agreement offers read access to 20 hybrid journals along with immediate open …Continue reading →

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AAAS TAGS: | | Following a successful trial last year, we now subcribe to Science Immunology and Science Robotics, both published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Science Immunology – …Continue reading →

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