Carol Howarth at the Reference & Information Centre of Dundee Central Library has recently updated us with details of their OP collection:
- Public General Acts and Measures
- Acts of the Scottish Parliament
- Miscellaneous Government Reports (historical)
- Collection of EU publications
- Census of Great Britain
- Census of Scotland
- Historic Scotland publications
- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland publications
- Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society
You can see their full entry here.
Thanks for the update Carol!
Jill Tivey, Library & Information Manager at SASA describes their collection like this:
Publications by SASA and under its previous name, the Scottish Agricultural Science Agency e.g. pesticide usage in Scotland surveys, pesticide poisoning of animals reports, annual reports.
Publications of other Scottish and UK bodies where relevant to SASA’s work e.g. DEFRA, Forestry Commission, Scottish Natural Heritage. Also includes historical material e.g. from Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland (DAFS) and Ministry for Agriculture, Fisheries & Food (MAFF).
Limited collection of material from international bodies where relevant to SASA’s work.
Reference access to this interesting collection may be given to genuine researchers, on written application.
I’d like to draw your attention to a new entry in the SWOP Directory as well as a (sort of) new SWOP member.
Particular strengths of the Supreme Courts Library are:
Historic collection of official publications and reports relating to the Scottish civil and criminal justice system
If you don’t know her already, Supreme Courts Librarian Jennifer Findlay will be attending our up-coming AGM, so you can meet her then.
Welcome to SWOP Jenny and the Supreme Courts Library!
When she was updating their SWOP Directory entry, Ruth Gould, Information Librarian noted a handy OP service Aberdeen Library and Information Services provides for their users.
They’ve gathered links to a selection of official websites via an Information Web Links page to help people find official information for free online. Ruth says “The Livebinder folders that have been created to group the websites can be shared from anyone’s website”.
Thanks for that information Ruth