The Library’s 2010 General Election guideÂ has information about the parties and candidates who are standing for election in the areas containing or adjoining the University’s three campuses. From this website you can find out who was your last MP, discover how to register to vote, link to manifestos and follow parties on Twitter or Facebook.
Throughout the week 12th – 16th April 2010 essential construction work will be taking place in the Library Basement and staff will be unable to collect books during the day. Books will continue to be collected each evening and can be picked up the following day. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
AtÂ the Stirling campus we have had Reference Manager as the supported personal bibliographic software (PBS) package on campus since 2006.Â This is a package that stores the references by other people that you as an individual have identified as being useful to your research. As a result of a recent survey of nearly 100 researchers […]
ReSearch Web – a tool for accessing up to date resources about social care andÂ social work has been incorporated into Social Care Online and Social Services Knowledge ScotlandÂ from 1st April 2010. Both of these resources are listed on the A-Z list of online resources and are available from on and off campus. More information about […]
The Pathfoot Reference Room C24 will closed during mid semester break. It will reopen at 2pm on 13th April. If anyone requires any resources from the reference room during this period please contact Helen Beardsley, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scottish Educational Review journal is now available in electronic format. Search the library catalogue for Scottish Educational Review or go to http://www.scotedreview.org.uk/content.phpÂ Full text articles are available from 1997 onwards, with abstracts to articles from last two most recent issues also available. If you need the full text from the most recent issues the library […]
Keep up to date with the latest news from Information Services by following us on Twitter, we are isstirling. Our most recent updates will appear on the IS homepageÂ and we will be using Twitter to keep you informed about the new library project, IT issues, new electronic resources and much more. Sarah Kevill Subject Librarian
The LibraryÂ Catalogue will be unavailable due to essential maintainance between 7:30 am and 8:30 am on 13th November. During this time it will not be possible to search the Library Catalogue, or use the online renewal or booking services. Also WebBridge links from databases to journal articles and Talis Lists will be unavailable. We anticpiate […]