We team up with other departments and external partners to develop and provide and excellent service to our users, as well as fostering engagement with the local community.

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Learning Advocates

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Teaming up with Dr Janette Myers, Senior Lecturer in Student Learning and Support, we facilitate the Learning Adocates scheme. We work with students to help promote Library and study skills related resources. Students have contributed to reviews of books, journals and apps, as well as provided feedback on the development of online resources aimed at students.

More information can be found on the VLE Learning Advocates page (SGUL log in required)


Project Search

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St George’s Library hosts trainees from the trust’s Project SEARCH programme. Project SEARCH is an international training programme aimed at supporting young people with learning difficulties into paid employment, running at 30+ sites across the UK.

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with Cricket Green School and Action on Disability to give young adults with learning difficulties the chance to gain valuable work experience. Our Project SEARCH trainees have developed their skills by preparing induction packs, carrying out admin tasks around new journals and books, and increased their confidence providing support on our main reception desk.

For more information can be found on St George's Project SEARCH


Research data shared service

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The Library’s RDM Service is working with Jisc and a number of other UK higher education institutions on a pilot service that will enable researchers to easily deposit data for publication, discovery, safe storage, long term archiving and preservation. This service will streamline the deposit and curation of research data, allowing researchers to provide sustainable access to their data for re-use. You can learn more about this ambitious pilot service on the Research data shared service project website.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 17 May 2017 13:45

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