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Launch of USTC 2.0

Posted October 14, 2013

On 11 October 2013 the USTC launched its new interface. This, the product of over a year of design and developmental work by Project Manager Dr Graeme Kemp, offers a vastly improved search speed and considerable additional functionality. A striking feature is the range of new search facets displayed with the initial search results, ranking the results by author, date, place and country of publication, format and subject classification. Uniquely among major bibliographical resources, the USTC now offers a format search, a particularly valuable tool for those studying the industrial infrastructure of print and changing patterns of design and presentation...continue reading


New Martyrs’ Church Research Library Opens

Posted October 10, 2013

The University of St Andrews opened its new Research Library on Monday 30 September 2013. The project involved the complete interior refurbishment of the former Martyrs’ Church, closed in 2008 and purchased by the University in 2011. The 40 desk reading room will be open to all members of the research postgraduate community and academic staff. The reading room also has a substantial consultation collection: this included the bulk of the University’s exceptional collection of reference works in the fields of bibliography and book history…

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University celebrates its 600th anniversary

Posted October 10, 2013

The University of St Andrews this week celebrated its 600th anniversary with a special graduation ceremony, honouring 18 internationally renowned academics and public figures, among them Sir Tim Berners-Lee and former US Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton. The honorands included two distinguished historians, Natalie Zemon Davis and Diarmaid MacCulloch, both old friends of St Andrews. Diarmaid MacCulloch was today following in the footsteps of his grandfather Canon John Arnott MacCulloch, awarded an honorary degree by St Andrews in 1909 for his distinguished work on Scottish and European folklore…

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