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- Papal bull of foundation, 1413
- Early history
- King James library
- 'Elegant and luminous'
- Library history (1)
- The 'old library'
- The 'new library'
- Library history (2)
- Transformation no. 1
- Transformation no. 2
- Content in the cloud
- Our contemporary main university library
- St Andrews cathedral ruins
- Main Library environment
- Digital transformations in research universities
- JISC banding scheme
- Holdings and access
- St Andrews university library e-resources
- The 'online library' arrives
- From the online to the digital library
- From scarcity to abundance
- Scale leaps forward
- Open access repository
- Special collections blog
- Special collections at St Andrews
- Financial investment
Is the age of print over?
What negative outcomes could digitalisation produce?
How will digitalisation change what librarians do?
What is the relevance of digitalisation for custodians of ancient scripts and artefacts?
How can digitisation be used to promote special collections?
Who wants access to rare works and why? How should budget holders evaluate cost and benefit of providing digital access?
- Ancient and mediaeval universities
- Scottish ancient university libraries
- University library history
- Digital resources
- The digital revolution
- Cloud libraries
- From library 'holdings' to licensed content
- Publisher pricing policies
- Scholarly journals
- From 'the online library' to resources on the web
- Open access repositories
- Hybrid libraries
- Special collections
- Rare and unique materials
- University archives
- Scale developments in library operations
- History of legal deposit
- National and international library cooperation
- Global competition in higher education
- Cataloguing of special collections
- Digitization of special collections
- Contrast with US research university libraries
- Library branding