- in the category: SLIC Blog
During the recent, and first, Referencing Week at the University of Strathclyde Library, students learned important lessons about how and when to reference and they did so with smiles on their faces. How? By using LEGO® bricks. In this week's blog, Faculty Librarians Sarah Kevill and Lorna McNally explain how it worked.
With the latest round of awards from SLIC’s Public Library Improvement Fund (PLIF) announced yesterday, this week's blog is from Inverclyde Cultural Services Manager Alana Ward, highlighting the successful Library Live project, which previously received PLIF funding.
On this week's blog, we have a summary of a great two days at the Scottish Learning Festival with SLIC's exhibition volunteers.
On this week's blog, we have a special post on this year's Scottish Learning Festival from a couple of librarians who will be volunteering at SLIC's exhibition stand.
This week on the SLIC blog our Chair talks about his first year in the role
This week's blog from Delphine Dallison reflects on the recent Celtic Knot conference in Wales, looking at how Celtic and Indigenous languages engage with Wikipedia.
Elaine Hallyburton, Senior Library and Information Officer at Leisure and Culture Dundee writes about their Talking ‘Bout Teddies project, funded by the Engaging Libraries scheme.