New Resources – The Digital National Security Archive

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The University of St Andrews Library now has access to eight archive collections from the Digital National Security Archive. … Read more

New Resource – The Listener, 1929-1991

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The Library now has access to The Listener Historical Archive, 1929-1991The Listener was established by the Director General of the BBC, Lord Reith, in 1929 as the  intellectual counterpart to the BBC’s listings magazine, the Radio Times, to publish in print form some of the BBC’s radio broadcasts, it later expanded it’s remit to include TV Broadcasts.… Read more

Migration to New Worlds: The Century of Immigration – New Resource

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Migration to New Worlds

The Library has recently acquired access to the Adam Matthew database Migration to New Worlds which provides primary source material relating to the migration of people to the New Worlds over a 350 year period.… Read more

Trial Access to Greenleaf Online Library

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The Library has been granted trial access to Greenleaf Online Library (GOL) over the summer vacation period.  … Read more

Dawsonera launch a new and improved reader for ebooks

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Dawsonera have launched a new version of their ebook platform which has resulted in improved usability and increased functionality.  … Read more

New power points in Main Library – initial works commencing 23rd March

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Starting from 8’clock tonight and for the rest of this week, electricians will be working on levels 3 and 4 of the Library.… Read more

Students give Library tours top marks!

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We’re delighted to report that 100% of the students who attended Library Orientation sessions on Thursday 26th January reported that they felt the Library was welcoming, and that the sessions were useful!… Read more

World War One archive on Box of Broadcasts (BoB)

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Over the centenary commemorations of World War One, broadcasters have produced a vast array of programs exploring the war, including documentary series, drama, music and cinema.   … Read more