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Brush up on your Library Research Skills! 

Library Research Skills sessions are underway, and we invite you to join one or all of our sessions designed to help you manage the information you need for your research. The 2023 series of Library Research Skills sessions are delivered by Library Information Specialists. Most of the sessions are hybrid so you can join in […]

Pride Month at the Library: highlighting LGBTQIA+ resources

Pride Month is an opportunity for the Library to highlight LGBTQIA+ resources on our shelves with shelf markers; electronic resources and theses in our book display; and online via The Library’s Academic Guide: LGBTQIA+ Pride Month. In addition, this June, the Library, in partnership with the Equality, Diversity and Inclusiveness team, is celebrating the following […]

Book Exhibition Dedicated to the Day of the Cyrillic Alphabet

Every year on 24 May many countries in Eastern Europe and Northern/Central Asia celebrate the day of the Cyrillic alphabet. The Cyrillic alphabet is used by more than 250 million people across 50 languages and is the 6th most popular writing script on the planet. The creation of the Cyrillic alphabet is related to the […]

2023 Library ‘Research Data Guide’

The 11th edition of the EUI Library Research Data Guide was published on 18 April providing information about data discovery, data use, data preservation and data sharing. There are ten sections: 1. Data discovery and the EUI Library Data Portal; 2. Data generation, data protection, data processing and ethical use; 3. Data management plans; 4. Research data management in Horizon Europe, ERC and other EU programmes; 5. Managing data during the research project cycle; 6. Repositing and preserving data in the EUI research repository Cadmus; 7. Open Data, FAIR Principles and Open Science; 8. Qualitative and unstructured data in the humanities and social sciences; 9. EUI infrastructure, software, protocols and support; and 10. International research data guidelines. | Download the PDF version here.

Thinking About Librarianship & Women

Since the late 19th century, when it was recognised as an organised profession, librarianship has been understood as a viable career option for women – first as a place where they might provide administrative support to the intellectual efforts of the predominantly male librarian cadre but, by the early 20th century, as a women’s profession […]