Fife School of Nursing & Health Sciences Library building works

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There may be some disruption to opening times at the Fife Library due to building works next week.  If you have any queries for staff, we have booked Discussion room 4 on 21 - 24 August, or we will be in the back of the IT Suite as an alternative, if we need to close the library.  If you need to use any IT equipment, the IT suite will be available for all to utilise. You can ring us on 01382 385930 before you pop in to avoid disappointment....

Reading Lists training for staff

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Get ahead for Semester one! Come and learn about Reading Lists in the Watson Watt Room in the Main Library on:Tuesday 8 August - 2 pm-4 pm - basic sessionTuesday 15 August - 10 am-12 noon - basic session If you're familiar with reading lists software, but need a refresher, reminder or having some trouble then come along to Watson Watt in the Library on:  Thursday 24 August - 1 pm-3 pm - troubleshooting sessionWednesday 30 August - 10 am-12 noon - troubleshooting session If you can't attend any of these sessions but would like some help, please contact us on to arran...

Advance notice of Bristol Online Surveys (BOS) downtime: 4 October 2017

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Ownership of the Bristol Online Surveys (BOS) tool is scheduled to transfer from the University of Bristol to Jisc on Wednesday 4 October 2017, during which there will be a period of downtime. Current  expectation is that the downtime will last no longer than 24 hours.   Unfortunately, the above transfer date is outwith the control of the University of Dundee, however support will continue to be provided as normal by the LLC & CI Survey Service during the transitional time.  Following the transfer, there should be no noticeable  difference to your...

Find out more about D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson

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Some of you may have sat in the  D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson lecture theatre,  but who was he & what did he do?   Use Box of Broadcasts to listen to  Science Stories & find out how he applied physics to biology , showing the influence of mathematics on natural materials.

Scotland’s Universities Welcome the World 2017

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As part of a national campaign all 19 higher education institutions across Scotland have come together to back a new campaign to welcome students from around the world. Scotland’s universities are already home to over 180 different nationalities among their students and staff. The new, global campaign, ‘Scotland’s universities welcome the world’ celebrates that and the diversity and inclusivity of Scottish higher education. Every one of Scotland’s higher education institutions has united as a group to share a message of welcome with the world. In February 2017, the University ...