We have been advised of upcoming maintenance on Emerald database next week:
The work is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 4th October 2016, beginning at 08:00 GMT – lasting for up to 12 hours.
And they state that functions such as: search, registration, alert subscriptions etc. will be unavailable during this time prompting a notification that “site functionality is temporary unavailable”.
Two people journey through time, space and site, connected mouth to mouth by an almost invisible thread. Invisible Lines is a visually arresting, intimate and playful performance exploring human connectedness, trust and risk.
Potent images emerge and fade, transforming as soon as they have settled. The people exchange spaces, weight and glances, sometimes falling through space, sometimes resting in quiet repose. The thread dissolves and reappears in the light, flickering tenderly.
Devised and performed by UK-based dance artists Saffy Setohy and Luke Birch. Conceived by Saffy Setohy.
Co-commissioned by South East Dance and Le Phare Centre Choréographique National du Havre Haute-Normandie, as part of DanSCe Dialogues 2.
Friday 21 October
Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University.
3pm & 4pm
Free (just turn up)
This performance lasts 15 minutes
The library is pleased to announce that our new comprehensive programme of library classes and drop-in sessions for semester 1 16/17 is now available and can be seen at this webpage: http://libguides.rgu.ac.uk/classes.
Take a look at the page to find out more about the various classes on offer such as Finding Information, How to use RefWorks and Harvard Referencing classes, explore the timetable to see the dates and times of the classes on offer:
Aand then book a place by simply clicking the class you would like to attend and entering a few details.
And if you would like to come along to one of the drop-in sessions just check out the dates and times and come along to see us.
The Library will be closed on Monday 26th September for the Aberdeen Local Holiday.
We are pleased to report that the problems with accessing the Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia reported here have now been resolved.
The Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia can now be accessed as normal using the My Bookshelf option on the home page of LexisLibrary.