CLA Licence enhancement

  The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) licence has been revised, it is now possible to copy 10% rather than 5% of a book.   This means we can make digital copies of up to 10% of a book and make that available to students via Succeed.   Contact your Subject Librarian for further information.   […]

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New books in the Teachers’ Collection

Library staff have recently purchased about 150 new books for the Teachers’ Collection. These books are a mixture of items to support those delivering the new Scottish curriculum and include materials for National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exams and a selection of contemporary young adult fiction. Some of these new books are on display in the Stirling campus Library entrance area, the […]

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PATHFOOT COMPUTER LABS

As part of the ongoing “School Integration; Proposed Strategic Space Rationalisation” initiative the G corridor is being reconfigured and repurposed as staff office accommodation. The teaching and study pc labs have been de-commissioned and will be re-established in the Pathfoot Study Centre, rooms SC1, SC2 and adjacent mezzanine area. It is anticipated that the labs […]

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The library catalogue will be unavailable on Tuesday 12th July from 4pm due to essential maintenance work. It is hoped to have access restored by 6pm.

Alternative access to the library catalogue will be available via our Stirgate service (Stirgate searches many library databases including the library catalogue – the catalogue results always appear at the top of your results). You can also still access our electronic journals via our EJournal Gateway and you can access our many library databases from […]

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New Stirling theses added to Research Repository in June #StirNewTheses

Congratulations to our Research Postgraduates who submitted their theses to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during June. Some of the theses are available for reading immediately:   Bridging the capability gap in environmental gamma-ray spectrometry. By Adam Varley http://hdl.handle.net/1893/23320   Corporate Governance, Disclosure and the Role of Nomads: Evidence from the Alternative Investments Market. By Sinead […]

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Endnote training in August – sign up now

Following last week’s posting about the launch of Endnote bibliographic software, Information Services is pleased to announce a number of training sessions in August.   Wednesday 3rd August – workshops delivered by a trainer from Endnote Endnote Desktop Fundamentals (9:30 – 11) – read more, and book now. Endnote Online for off campus use (11:30 – 12:30) […]

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