A digital museum of women in the law with inspirational video and biography provides a platform for debate and change in modern society. Accessible at https://first100years.org.uk/.
The Web of Science platform was updated on Sunday 25th March. There is a 4 minute ‘New Features’ video at: https://youtu.be/KfY4PWui7ig Details of the changes are also outlined in their release notes below. Web of Science is a multidisciplinary service for finding details of research articles and other publication types, covering: Sciences, Social […]
As part of ‘Women’s History Month‘ in the USA, the HeinOnline legal database is promoting its ‘Women and the Law’ collection, Peggy. Peggy brings together books, biographies and periodicals dedicated to the role of women in society and the law. Use Peggy in your research at Stirling: Portal > Resources > A-Z of Online Resources […]
The Library will be open throughout the Easter Weekend. On Good Friday the library will open at 8am with the Service desks staffed until 5pm. The Lending desk will be staffed from 8:30 and the IT desk will be staffed from 8:45. The Library will be open self-service until 2am. Saturday and Sunday the Library […]
We now have access to Cases in Sage Research Methods. If you are embarking on some new research, Sage Research Methods can help you find answers to your questions about research methods and statistics. It contains ebooks, videos, articles and case studies. The case studies show how research methods have been applied in real-life […]
See the EndNote Training schedule at: http://clarivate.libguides.com/endnote_training/calendar. The programme includes basic and advanced EndNote features and a series of ‘Office Hours’ sessions which means you can join in at any time you want to ask your specific EndNote questions and get help. Don’t forget to check the link next to each training session ‘Click here […]
Congratulations to our Postgraduate Research students who submitted their theses to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during February. One of the theses is available for reading immediately: The Literary Clubs and Societies of Glasgow during the Long Nineteenth Century: A City’s History of Reading through its Communal Reading Practices and Productions. By Lauren Weiss http://hdl.handle.net/1893/26616 […]