Monthly Archives: January 2015

Reflections on `A Living Archive of Learning Disability History: 1st Sandpit Session.’

On Thursday 15th January, 2015 I was able to attend a Sandpit Workshop (albeit sadly no sand or beach) about the Living Archive of Learning Disability History project.  Thank you to Gosia Kwiatkowska, a member of the Digital Archive project … Continue reading

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Why use Special Collections for your dissertation?

Originally posted on Brunel Special Collections:
Why use Special Collections? You’ve chosen your dissertation topic because it’s something you’re really interested in discovering in more detail. Then delving into the sources in Special Collections can take your dissertation to the…

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REF 2014 results and holiday greetings!

Originally posted on UEL Research, Innovation and Enterprise:
Congratulations to all researchers at UEL on the outcome of the REF 2014 results! Also wishing everyone best wishes for a happy holiday and peaceful new year! from the UEL Athena SWAN team

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