Posted Thursday, 17th May 2012
As part of the Heritage Lottery Fund project we are hoping to develop National Curriculum resources for use with Key stage 3 students. We are currently interviewing teachers to find out:
- What areas they would appreciate additional resources in?
- What subjects are hot topics at the moment?
- What format the additional resources would take?
- And what we could do that would be of most benefit to them?
Below is a presentation that is being given to teachers as a general representation of types of items we hold and the subject areas where we could possibly develop resources.
If you have any feedback or think you may have something to offer in the development of these resources please leave a comment or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgCategories: Uncategorized
Posted Sunday, 29th April 2012
Posted Friday, 27th April 2012
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We will post the link early next week for those that miss it and for those who may just not be awake at 7am on Sunday.Categories: Uncategorized
Posted Wednesday, 28th March 2012
Above is the illustrated title page of one of our editions of Richard Baxter’s, The saint’s everlasting rest, 1677.
You may ask what the title Disco Babe, has to do with a work by Richard Baxter on the saint’s…..the answer is in the picture.
I will buy a coffee for person with the first correct guess, I’ll post a picture of the answer in a couple of days if no one can find it.
It was discovered by Konstantina, the constervator that is currently cleaning and assessing The Angus Library collection. As a result of this she is opening and looking at every item in the collection, many of which have not been touched for well over a decade.
As she continues to clean she will come across gems like this title page which we will share them with you on this blog.Categories: Uncategorized
Posted Monday, 19th March 2012
Posted Tuesday, 6th March 2012
Welcome to the new Angus Library and Archive blog.
The main reason for starting this blog at this time is that it is a very exciting time in the life and development of the Angus.
We have a Conservation Project being undertaken alongside a Heritage Lottery Fund Project for more information about them please click on the tabs at the top of the page.
For the first time we are assessing the collection completely including a backlog that has never been touched, and through this process we expect to find all sorts of gems as well as interesting, strange and random items, such as the Catechism from the Council of Trent, 1567.
We also have a number of new staff that are working on the various projects which will also be adding to the blog.
So as we continue on this journey of discovery come with us and see what wonders we find.