Information Services News 2009
A new high performance computing (HPC) institute for Wales has been announced by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
The European Documentation Centre (EDC) recently hosted an ERASMUS Reception.
Procureweb recently launched the latest in its suite of tools for procurement professionals at the national Conference on University Purchasing.
INSRV and ARCCA sustainability web pages are launched as part of the University's Sustainability Week.
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The new 'Music Library at Aberdare Hall' has opened in its new home in Aberdare Hall's Library Wing.
Over 3,600 students have registered automatically online with the Residences' Local Area Network (ResLAN) since it went live on 16th September.
The recent Condor Workshop held by Advanced Research Computing @ Cardiff (ARCCA) was a great success.
The work of Special Collections and Archives (SCOLAR) and the National Library of Wales in digitising over 5000 Welsh Ballads, will be highlighted in a one day seminar hosted by Information Services.
The Information Services Handbook and Quick Guide are now available - introducing you to key IT, library and media services and features.
Renovations have taken place over the summer at four of Cardiff University's Libraries.
A new website has been launched that looks 'behind the scenes' of the University's libraries.
The new CU-Guest-WiFi service will enable invited short-term guests to the University to quickly access the Internet using their own laptops or mobile devices
A web service, provided by Cardiff University, has been singled out for international recognition by the prestigious World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII).
Cathie Jackson, Senior Consultant in Information Literacy within Information Services at Cardiff University, has been awarded the Higher Education Academy national Award for the Teaching of Information and Computer Sciences in Higher Education.
Honorary Fellow Carol Vorderman has declared the redesigned Trevithick Library officially open.
The fifth international LILAC (Information Literacy Annual Conference) was held in Cardiff last week.
The international conference is taking place this week.
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The Information Services Annual Report 2009 is now available.