Palaeography Class Trip 2016/17

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Students on ME5005/MS5023 in a seminar in St Andrews on 15th century hands, studying the Roll of Kings ms38660

As we move into May, the regular pattern of visiting classes using Special Collections materials comes to an end.… Read more

Library open on May Day

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After your May Dip, get yourself dry then come along to the Library!

The Main Library, St Mary’s College Library and Martyrs Kirk Thomson Reading Room will all be open as usual on Monday May 1st.… Read more

Library survey results

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Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill in our survey and let us know how satisfied you were with some of our facilities and front-line services.… Read more

Digital Research Open Office – every Wednesday afternoon

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Digital Research Open OfficeEvery Wednesday2-4pm

The Library’s Digital Research division now has an open office every Wednesday afternoon.… Read more

The Open Access Team have a new home

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Recently the Library’s Digital Research Division moved building from the University Library to just down the road.… Read more

FREE coffee and doughnuts is back!

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Your University Library together with the University’s Residential and Business Services (who run the Library café) have joined forces again to offer you free coffee or tea and doughnuts!… Read more

De-stress during revision time with Library colouring sheets

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Revision starts here! But taking breaks is important too so we’ve left out some colouring sheets and colouring pencils.… Read more

Study spaces across the University

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The Library might be looking a bit busy (check our occupancy counter from your room), but if we are there are other spaces you can use to get some work done!… Read more

Prelude to Chemistry: Images from the Alchemy Collection

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In order to write four influential books on the history of chemistry, St Andrews’ Professor John Read (1884-1963) assembled a remarkable collection of primary sources.… Read more

Increased Library opening hours during exams

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We are pleased to announce increases to some of our libraries’ opening hours during the forthcoming revision and exam diet.… Read more