Aerial Dance at RGU

All or nothing

Three’s a Crowd is an aerial dance theatre show with harness flying, aerial acrobatics, circus, dance and theatre.

See it here at RGU on Friday 16th October 3.30pm & 7.30pm in Sir Ian Wood Building.

Tickets £10, £5 Concs & £15 Pay It Forward

Why not give it a try? Aerial Dance Workshops

Thursday 15th October 4pm-5.30pm & Friday 16th October 10am-11.30am Sir Ian Wood Building £5

Booking: http://www.boxofficeaberdeen.com

Library classes this week

For the rest of this week the following programme of library classes will be running. If you would like to attend a session follow the links to go to the booking form and sign up. Each class will last for one hour and take place in 337 in the Georgina Scott Sutherland Learning Centre.

To see the full programme of classes over the next semester follow this link.

Beta version of Construction Information Service available for feedback

The database Construction Information Service is undergoing an upgrade and the company are asking users to take a look at the beta version of their redesigned database and provide them with feedback.

If you would like to take a look at the new version of this database then you can access it by logging in to the database as normal but then choosing the beta version rather than the current one.

  1. Go to the databases by subject list: http://libguides.rgu.ac.uk/subject
  2. Choose the architecture, construction or surveying list
  3. Locate Construction Information Service and follow the link
  4. Log in when prompted
  5. You will now be at the initial screen, choose either the current version or the beta verson from here

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You can see some details about the new design for the database here key features PDF.

Finding Print and Electronic Journals

Following the redesign of the Library Website there’s a new way to find Journals.

Journal information is no longer available on the Library Catalogue. Full details of print and electronic journal holdings can both be found in a single A-Z list.

Alternatively, go to the search box at the top of the Library home page, type in the Journal title and click on search –

Home page

You’ll find all the up to date information about our print and electronic holdings for that Journal with links to let you click through and view the electronic content –

A to Z

Take a look at the Guide to Finding Journals for more details and, as always, if you have any questions or comments please get in touch with us at library@rgu.ac.uk.