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Police diversity, skin cancer, and marine protected areas – Newly published Official Publications 01.08.16

Newly published official publications from:

Westminster and the UK Government

The renewable energy sector on Scotland by the Scottish Affairs Select Committee; “Much of the UK’s renewable energy sector is based in Scotland and is an important part of our economy. 864 more words


A visit to the House of Lords: Teas, Tours and Policy Papers

We are justly proud of our Official Publications Collection here at the Library; our print holdings reflect the development of state education policy since the nineteenth century and of course we continue to preserve and protect born digital government publications through our… 328 more words

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Favourite subjects versus relevant curriculum?

When I glanced through one of our new acquisitions – a book which analyses the success of Japan’s educational system – a list of pupils’ favourite subjects struck me. 1,126 more words


More than just a number (Part 2): Making Administrative Memoranda discoverable

Back in January I wrote a post  about the work that we have been doing to improve the discoverability of items within our Official Publications collection. 400 more words

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Scottish Parliament Election 2016

A new display on the Scottish Parliament election is available in the Maps, Official Publications and Statistics Unit on level 7 of the library.

Come and find out more about why you have two votes in the upcoming Scottish Parliament election, who represents you, and the various powers of the parliaments and local authorities. 69 more words


Budget 2016

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, presented his most recent budget to Parliament on 16th March 2015. This is the eighth budget delivered by the Chancellor. 180 more words


More than just a number: bringing the content of Circulars to the surface

I would fully understand if you thought that it’s nigh-on impossible to be enthusiastic about Departmental Circulars; however I’m hoping that that by the end of this post you might share some of the excitement that I feel following the completion of a project carried out by the Collection Development and Technical Services teams here in the Library. 445 more words

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