Ask DULib: Our Virtual Enquiry Desk

It’s very easy to still think of libraries in purely physical terms. You walk in  – (lidded) coffee in hand – tip your hat to the friendly librarians, and pull a beautiful, hard-back tome from the shelves, feeling primed to escape into its milky white, or perhaps slightly yellowing, pages. Delightful.

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As you can probably tell, I get a lot of joy from working in a place that holds so many physical books, but as a Library intern this year, I have also found it really exciting discovering the joys, practicalities and usefulness of the “virtual library”.  Our online resources are constantly expanding and evolving, with new e-books and online access being made available weekly, if not daily, in our catalogue.

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#DULibIntroducing… Dr Richard Pears

In the next of our series introducing members of the team who you might meet at our sites or across the University, #DULibIntroducing welcomes Dr Richard Pears who you may meet in your own department if you work or study in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, delivering workshops & inductions or meeting staff and students. Or you may find him doing the same, amongst many other things, at the Bill Bryson Library. Do Say Hello!

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#DULibIntroducing… Naomi Baguley

In a new series for Durham University Library and Collections, we introduce members of the team who you might meet at our sites or across the University. Starting us off, #DULibIntroducing welcomes Naomi Baguley, who you may meet on our Help and Information desk in Bill Bryson Library, or leading UX (User Experience) activities at library, museums and other sites across the university. Do say hello!


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