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is the main search tool from the Library. One search gives you fast results for books, e-books, online journal articles and more. You can also use it to place requests, check if you have fines and renew borrowed items.

LibrarySearch is still under development, but we would appreciate your feedback about it. NUINlink is currently available until August 2014.

Learn more about LibrarySearch on this page.

 

 

News and Announcements

War Poets Collection Centenary Commemoration Guided Tours

Event Date: 04/08/2014

Summary
 
A guided tour of the War Poets Collection at Edinburgh Napier University.
 
Full Details
​Edinburgh Napier University’s Craiglockhart campus has a fascinating past. The building opened as a Hydropathic establishment in 1880, where the wealthy could take fashionable water treatments. In the summer of 1917, the poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen met at Craiglockhart, when the building was requisitioned by the military authorities for use as a hospital for officers suffering from shell-shock, From the 1920s the building became home to the Convent of the Sacred Heart and the Craiglockhart College of Education, providing both a school and a teacher training facility.

The University houses a small special collection of material relating to the history of Craiglockhart. Catherine Walker will provide a guided visit and talk about the many interesting characters who have had links with Craiglockhart over the years.

The exhibition is open to the public during campus opening hours and all are welcome to visit!
 
Location and Time
11.00am - 12 noon and 2.00-3.00pm
 If there is sufficient demand other times may be arranged.
War Poets Collection Exhibition Area
Edinburgh Napier University
Craiglockhart Campus
Cost
Free
 
Conditions
​Free event but please book a place by emailing:  c.walker@napier.ac.uk  or telephone Craiglockhart Library on 0131 455 4260  
12 visitors per tour, so please book ahead.
 
​Please see the War Poets Collection website for further information about the collection.

 

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The Vogue Archive

​The University has trial access to the Vogue Archive until 31/12/ more...

​The University has trial access to the Vogue Archive until 31/12/14. It can be accessed via the Databases or e-Journals link in LibrarySearch

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​​Sighthill LRC - Work to improve facilities starting Wed 4th June

Work to improve LRC facilities is being carried out this summermore...

Work to improve LRC facilities is being carried out this summer
Starting Wednesday 4th June

Library & IT Helpdesk services will be available on LRC 3

Level 1: Open as normal
• There may be some disruption for the installation of new collaborative workstations
• Café closed
Level 2: Partial closure
• Most of Level 2 will be closed due to building work
• Library & IT Helpdesk services will be available on LRC 3
• You will still be able to access the book shelves
• Due to building / electrical work there will be no computer access, however computers and study facilities will still be available elsewhere in the LRC
Level 3: Open as normal
• Library & IT Helpdesk services will be available on LRC 3
• There may be some disruption during room moves and for the installation of new collaborative workstations
• Silent room 3 E 07 will be unavailable
Level 4: Open as normal
• Silent room 4 E 07 will be unavailable
• There may be some disruption during room moves weeks beginning 2nd and 30th June
Level 5: Open as normal
• Subject to University events


Information Services apologise for the inconvenience and will keep you updated about likely disruption throughout the project.
We do not anticipate any closed days, but please be aware that we may not be able to respond to your requests as quickly as normal .

 

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27,000 new ebooks for Library

Following an innovative Scottish universities purchasing deal, stu more...

Following an innovative Scottish universities purchasing deal, students and staff now have access to 27,000 new ebooks.
The aim of the deal was to maximise shared purchasing power and to allow users to download and print the ebooks.

The titles come from five major academic publishers:
• Oxford University Press incl. partner presses (14,715 titles)
• Palgrave (5,200)
• Sage (2,440 titles)
• Elsevier (2,850 titles)
• Wiley (2,627)
The APUC (Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges) agreement allows access to the books for up to four years. The most heavily used books will be purchased automatically. Like e-purchasing, this means your usage helps choose which books are owned by the Library.

What is different about these ebooks?
You will be able to download and print the books purchased under the new agreement, and multiple users will be allowed.
To date, many of the ebooks purchased by Edinburgh Napier have had publisher restrictions on amount of use, downloading and printing (e.g. a ten page maximum).

Find ebooks using LibrarySearch, more will appear in search results in the next few weeks. Questions? Email library@napier.ac.uk.

 

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