Founded in 1680, Innerpeffray Library was Scotland‘s first free public lending library and was used by the local community until 1968. The library is located about 20 miles from the University, and students are welcome to visit, free of charge. Discover the rare books in its diverse collection and trace the families who took the […]
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Please leave books lying around in the library!
Yes, you heard that right. If you’ve looked at books in the library but not borrowed them, just leave them on the desk where you have been working and we’ll put them away. Why is this important? We will return any books through our system. Each book returned like this generates a use count. This […]
Library Opening Hours – Summertime
From Friday the 19th May, the library will move to vacation hours. This means the library will close at 8pm on Fridays. There are no other changes to our opening hours. Our vacation hours are: Day Time Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 12:00 midnight Friday 8:00am – 8:00pm Saturday and Sunday 10:00am – 8:00pm
Tell us what you think about Library and IT at Stirling
Join us for our upcoming user experience event! We want to hear from you about how we can improve our services to better meet your needs. Join us to share your thoughts and ideas on our services. Come and hear about (and influence) future plans. We want to hear about your experiences with us so […]
Library Opening Hours – Easter 2023
The library will be open during the Easter weekend. Friday 7 April – Monday 10 April inclusive. Our opening hours are: Day Time Good Friday 8am-8pm Saturday 10am-8pm Easter Sunday 10am-8pm Easter Monday 8am-8pm Outwith these hours you will still be able to access PCs and printers in Campus Central/Study Zone.
The Library’s Document Delivery Service – easy, convenient and free!
If you’re writing a dissertation, you’ll probably need to search beyond Stirling University Library for some research material. Did you know that the Library’s Document Delivery Service can give you access to books, articles, theses and conference proceedings? You can request things we don’t have and we’ll try to get copies for you. Articles will […]
Library and IT Christmas opening hours
As a number of students will be remaining on campus over the forthcoming holiday period, Information Services will be keeping the library service open for a number of days. The library will be available for study and there will be staff on hand to help with questions during this period. Friday 23 December 9am – […]
New Training and Study Suite on Level 3
The Library Training and Study Suite on level 3 of the library offers a range of study spaces for use by all students. Rooms 1 and 2 are available for open study, no bookings are needed for this space – provided it is not in use for teaching/instruction. Bookings for this space for teaching or […]
Penguins on the Mind
The latest exhibition in the Library is Penguins on the Mind, the physical counterpart of a digital exhibition hosted by the University of Glasgow. The exhibition was organised and curated by Dr Gavin Miller (University of Glasgow), Dr Beth Hannah (University of Dundee), and Helen Beardsley (University of Stirling), with assistance from Dr Jamie Redgate […]
AM Explorer online primary sources
Following a trial earlier in the year, the Library now has a subscription to AM Explorer, which is a collection of primary source material published by Adam Matthew Digital. This is a huge resource, covering collections in many different subject areas. It is especially useful for History and English Literature, but may also be useful […]