Traditional Scottish songs collection unveiled in Aberdeen
Aberdeen’s two universities have joined forces with a north-east culture group to launch a new collection of Scottish songs chosen by some of the area’s most renowned traditional singers. Members of staff from the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University (RGU) have worked with Scottish Culture & Traditions (SC&T) on...
Senate Effectiveness Review
The University will host a series of focus groups with a range of stakeholders to seek views on the operation of the Senate this month.
Invitation to Staff: Feedback on MyCurriculum/MyTimetable
There will be two drop-in staff feedback sessions for the recently introduced MyCurriculum / MyTimetable systems:1) Wednesday, 30 September, 12:30-2:30 pm, Committee Room 3, University Office2) Friday, 2 October, 11:00am-1:00 pm, Edward Wright S95 (Second Floor)Please feel free to drop in at either session to let us know your comments...
Find it Fast! Helping students find the resources they need quickly
Starting in October the Library will be running free Information Skills Workshops to help undergraduates and taught postgraduates spend more time reading and less time searching.
Open sessions prove a success
What a great turnout we have had already for the first two in our autumn series of Open Meetings with the Principal and the senior management team. It was particularly gratifying to see the mix of staff attending - academic and professional services - from across the King's College campus, with thoughtful and pertinent questions...
Any Questions? comes to campus
Friday 16 October, arrival 6.30pm, Elphinstone Hall, King's College
Open meetings for all staff
All staff are invited to open meetings to hear from Principal and senior management colleagues about the challenges and opportunities ahead for the University, and ask questions. There is no need to book. These will take place at King’s College and Foresterhill: King’s College: Friday 11 September, 12.00 to 1.00pm – Regent Lecture...
Leopard Magazine: Creating a Roman confusion in the North-east
In a previous article in Leopard (April 2015), I discussed some of the Roman objects found in Aberdeenshire and how these can reveal something of the relationships between the Romans and the native people of the North-east.
Welcoming our new Project SEARCH interns
The Project SEARCH team is delighted to welcome the new Interns for 2015/16 to the programme as it enters its third year at the University.
Introducing: The Learners' Toolkit
The University’s new Learners’ Toolkit provides staff and students with high quality digital media which is accessible on their smartphone, tablet or computer. Covering general topics from connecting to the WiFi to finding the Library, the toolkit currently hosts information on a number of IT topics but over the coming...