The University of Glasgow's institutional repository service for published research material including: peer-reviewed journal articles, published conference papers, books and book chapters.
Strathprints is a digital repository of research publications from the University of Strathclyde. The full text of publications is made freely available where possible.
Digital repository of research produced at The University of Edinburgh. It presents a selection of research, including full-text digital theses and dissertations, book chapters, working papers, technical reports, journal pre-prints and peer-reviewed journal reprints.
An institutional open access repository of the University of Dundee. It was created in 2010 to provide a digital preservation service which allows permanent and free online access to research material created by the University of Dundee community.
A small, but growing, collection of the research output of University of Stirling authors. It includes published journal articles, conference papers, book chapters and working papers. As a result of the university’s policies encouraging open access to our research output, the repository will continue to develop as an important source of free full text access to Stirling's research.
Research that has been undertaken as part of the European Digital Youth Information Project (EDYIP), a networking project on the theme of online information for young people. The aim of the research is to provide insights into the issues that young people face when searching for online information in order to inform the development of good practice on how best to reach young people through the internet.
As the name suggests, the Learning Exchange is based on the notion of collaboration. Third party organisations - Learning Exchange Contributing Organisations - which have specific subject expertise are invited to contribute resources to a designated collection within the Learning Exchange. The purpose of these collections is to provide a way for organisations with subject expertise to collect, organise and share resources.
E-learning programme that sets out to help frontline social workers gain a basic understanding of the principles and practice of knowledge management, as well as organise and manage their knowledge and information as effectively as possible.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) lets you see at a glance what’s new on your favourite websites. The websites feed information out to you and you choose whether to read or not. This saves time.
You can use RSS to keep track of whole websites, parts of websites, blogs or podcasts.
When you see a feed that looks interesting you subscribe to it by clicking on the icon (subscribe simply means add to my list - it doesn’t mean you have to pay).
First you need a feed reader. There are many to choose from and most are free, but there are three methods to chose from.
A range of elearning resources developed by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) to assist employers in meeting the expectations of the workforce development and registration agendas for the social services sector. Some are focused on supporting the individual employee to plan and progress their own learning and development, and others are intended for employers to support them in developing the workforce they need now, or may need in the future.