PhilPapers – new resource for finding online research in philosophy

PhilPapers is an index to online academic journal articles and book chapters about philosophy. It contains references from approximately 200 philosophy journals and monitors the websites of leading philosophers. PhilPapers is freely available, but if you register for an account you can receive RSS feeds of new materials in topics of interest.   See more online […]

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From your suggestions …

The following are a selection from the suggestion cards that have recently been received at the Stirling campus library. If you have any suggestions or comments you can always comment on this post, email the library (library@stir.ac.uk) or fill in a suggestion card.   Is it possible to have someone enforce the silence rule in the […]

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Extended opening hours

The Stirling campus library is currently piloting extended hours opening.  If you’ve been in the library during the extended hours you may have been invited to complete a survey about your reasons for visiting.  We’d also like to hear from people who are not using the extended hours, and we’ve set up a quick poll […]

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WebCT Users’ Group

The seventh meeting of the WebCT Users’ Group is being held on Wednesday 28th January 2009 at 12.30 in the Iris Murdoch Centre. The format is lunch at 12.30 followed at 13.00 by a presentation by Mark Toole, Director of Information Services. Mark’s presentation will be on Elgg, open-source social networking software that is being used […]

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Spotlight on CaseCheck

CaseCheck is a current awareness service about Scots law. It covers a wide range of legal topics, including criminal law, family law, mental health law, and taxation. The website is frequently updated with case summaries and articles, which are often written by legal professionals.  You can sign up for a weekly email about recent court decisions […]

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