Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Staff & student tours of Keppel Street building - FULLY BOOKED

Staff & student tours for this term are now fully booked. The Archives Team will be running another two tours next term which will be advertised in the new year. If you are interested in finding out more about the Keppel Street building a free leaflet on the history of the building is available to collect from the Library and Archives Service.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Valerie Mizrahi at the Wellcome Collection

Valerie Mizrahi, Director of the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine and professor at the University of Cape Town, will be speaking at a free event at the Wellcome Collection on October 20th 18.00-19.15.

Professor Mizrahi will discuss her work in HIV and TB research, and her interest in development in low-income countries. There will also be time for audience discussion; giving an opportunity to question a leading scientist on her work in infectious diseases and health in the developing world. The event will be recorded for broadcast by the BBC World Service.

For more information, and to reserve a place, please see the Wellcome Collection webpages.

Friday, 7 October 2011

Mobile Library resources - help us create a list

We're trying to create a list of useful mobile library resources and we want your help. Send us details of your favourite apps and mobile websites (don't forget the link) via the comments or tweet us @LSHTMlibrary. We'll add the best to our list which will be published on our website next month.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Staff & student tours of Keppel Street building - UPDATE

The tour on the 27 October is now fully booked. There are still a few places available for the tour on the 29 November at 1pm, please email if you would like to book a place.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Staff & student tours of Keppel Street building

The Library & Archives Service are running two tours of the Keppel Street building for staff and students. The tour route will take in the exterior of the building, the North Courtyard, the South Courtyard and the Library, and will include information on the architecture and origins and history of the School. The tours will be conducted by Emma Golding, Assistant Archivist.

These will take place at 1pm on Thursday 27 October and Tuesday 29 November and will last approximately 40 minutes.

Places are limited to 20 people. Please contact Emma at to book a place, stating which date you would like to attend.

These tours complement the history walks organised by the Centre for History in Public Health.