*National Libraries Day 2016*, Meet the Team – Tracey

Posted on 2 February 2016 by Rob S

Name & job title Tracey Stanley – Deputy University Librarian Before I worked in the library I… worked for Leeds University I am currently reading… A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson What are your favourite things about Cardiff? Any hidden gems? I love living in Radyr and strolling along the Glamorgan Canal Nature Reserve
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Welcome to Cardiff survey

Posted on 2 November 2015 by Matt Harvey

First year student? Want to win £50? If you’re in your first year of an undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research course at Cardiff University, keep an eye on your email inbox for your invitation to the ‘Welcome to Cardiff’ survey. We want to know what you think about enrolment, the Student’s Union, and your
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New eBook collection – Wiley Online Library

Posted on 30 October 2015 by Stephen Ratcliffe

The library service is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Wiley Online Library eBook collection for this academic year. The collection contains over 17,000  eBook titles and the content encompasses a broad range of subjects including the humanities, social sciences and STM subjects (scientific, technical and medical). The collection is  comprised of a variety of
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SCOLAR Rare Books Lecture Series: Prof. Edna Longley on Edward Thomas

Posted on 8 October 2015 by Matt Harvey

The SCOLAR Rare Books Lecture Series recommences for 2015/16: a series of talks with a connection to Cardiff University’s Special Collections and Archives. This October, Professor Emerita Edna Longley, of Queen’s University Belfast, will give a paper titled ‘Finding “something to read”: Edward Thomas’s reviews and early twentieth-century print culture’. This is especially fitting, given
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New library – have your say

Posted on 7 October 2015 by Matt Harvey

We’re designing a new library for the Cathays campus – and we want your ideas! What do you like about the existing libraries? What would you change? We’d love for you to come to one of our student workshops and have your say. Your suggestions will help inform the design of the new library. To
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