IT Services is relocating the IT Service Desk Walk-in Service to the Sir Duncan Rice Library from Monday 3 September 2018. This means that the current walk-in location in the Edward Wright Building will be permanently closed to visitors after Friday 31 August.
In the Sir Duncan Rice Library, the IT Service Desk will be placed alongside the Library Information Desk, and it will provide the users help in person with IT related queries. The Desk is open from Monday to Friday, between 9 am and 5 pm.
IT Services will continue to handle email and phone inquiries as usual, and the Foresterhill Service Desk remains open in room 1:122 of the Polwarth Building. You can also log an IT query any time through MyIT portal.
If you need more information, please contact IT Services.
Taylor Library Team
IT Services have analysed usage of MFDs in Taylor Library (and across campus) and have made a some of changes as a result of their findings. Now, the four MFDs opposite the issue desk are all black and white machines as they are by far the most heavily used. If you require colour printing, the MFD in the PC classroom on floor 2 provides this option. It has been replaced with a larger model in order to better cope with the level of use. Just make sure to select the colour printer when sending your job.
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February saw three new additions to the Taylor Library general book collection. See the list below for details and links to the book entries on Primo. You can also have a look at the Taylor new acquisitions page for a list of what has come in over the last three months.
*Previous editions titled Law of agricultural holdings in Scotland.
|Edinburgh : W. Green/Thomson Reuters, 2017
||Basingstoke : Macmillan Education/Palgrave, 2015
|Rotabi, Karen Smith
||From intercountry adoption to global surrogacy: a human rights history and new fertility frontiers
||London : Routledge, 2016
Please take a break from revision and study to read this lovely story on the BBC website: An overdue school library book has finally returned – 120 years late.
University of Strathclyde
This is an exciting opportunity for you if you are interested in contemporary legal challenges.
Strathclyde Law School holds its inaugural postgraduate research conference from 5 to 6 November 2015, in Glasgow.
The conference has been organised by postgraduate students, and as its title suggests, will consider ‘Contemporary Challenges in Legal Theory, Legal Practice and Legal Methods’.
For more information, please follow this link.
Taylor Library Team
University of Aberdeen hosts the 4th Scottish University Law Clinic Network (SULCN) Conference on 3 June 2015.
The theme of the conference this year is “Pushing the Boundaries”, and it seeks new, untraditional ways of client representation, like mediation, strategic litigation and innocence projects.
The Law Society of Scotland, who supports the event will also offer a presentation on “Street law” public legal education.
Are you interested? You can read more here.
Taylor Library Staff
We are delighted to share the good news that the European Documentation Centre (EDC), which is part of the European Direct Information Network, has launched a new blog, EDC Information Update.
The blog provides information on resources, work and policy of the European Union.
Please follow the blog to stay up to date with the latest developments, news and events.
Taylor Library Staff
Europe Direct Aberdeen along with the European Documentation Centre, a part of Taylor Library at the University of Aberdeen, is holding an event for students to discuss, over a glass of wine, the relevance of the EU and European Parliament in advance of the European Parliament elections on May 22nd.
The event takes place on Wednesday, 26th March between 6.00 -7.30 in meeting room 1, Floor 7, in the Sir Duncan Rice Library.
Further details are available at: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/events/5040/
Posted on behalf of Mrs Alison Steed,
Principal Information Assistant (EDC),
European Documentation Centre,
Taylor Library & EDC.
From today, any 3 Day Loan items that you borrow that are not requested by other patrons will be renewed automatically (up to a maximum of 9 times). For more information, please see the relevant post on the Library’s News and Events page.
The new look Lexis®Library is said to be sleeker, less cluttered and more intuitive. It will be live in just a few days.
To find out more visit http://library.lexisnexis.co.uk/ where a video tour, user guide and FAQs are available.