Reading List training for staff

Reading Lists logo news

The Library & Learning Centre provides free training sessions for staff involved in teaching. These classes are a practical introduction to the use of the software, showing staff how to create a reading list for a module and make it visible on My Dundee.  Training dates  Tuesday 5 December, 11am - 1pm,  Dalhousie 1G01 IT Suite 1 Tuesday 9 January, 10am - 12noon, Watson Watt Room, Main Library Wednesday 17 January, 2pm - 4pm, Watson Watt Room, Main Library Book a place through Eventbrite ...

Rector Mark Beaumont has officially opened the 1st floor redevelopment

Mid-floor opening news

All students and staff were invited to the opening of the library's new first floor by our Rector Mark Beaumont. The event included refreshments and an opportunity to view the new, innovative and flexible study environment.      ‌           ‌ ...

High-quality webcams available in Main Library

Mid-floor study rooms news

New video conferencing facilities are available on the mid-floor in Main Library. High-quality webcams have been installed in Peep O'Day Lane and Beef Can Close. The rooms are bookable by students and staff for 4 hours per group per day and also include a presentation screen, VGA & HDMI connections and power sockets. ...

Meet Erifyli our new intern

Eri news

Where and what are you currently studying? I am currently a 4th year student at the Library Science and Information Systems Department of the Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, in Greece. I have finished the theoretical part of my studies and I am currently undertaking a six month internship in the Library and Learning Centre of the University of Dundee, under the Erasmus+ Programme.   What are you working on at the Library & Learning Centre? I am working on many interesting projects at the moment, such as revamping the library LibGuides. LibGuides are helpful subject t...

New mid-floor is now a quiet zone

Mid-floor News

You said - Can the new mid-floor be a Quiet Zone? We did   - At the request of students we have made the new mid-floor a Quiet Zone.  This covers all open areas on this floor.  If you are not sure of what the difference is between our Silent, Quiet and General study zones please see our guide below.   Study Zones A guide to the zoning of study spaces.   Silent study For individual, silent study. Conversation, use of mobile phones and other noise disturbance should be kept to an absolute minimum at all times in these areas.   Quiet study For both individual and group work....