Stirling University Library

Last updated 12th January 2009 
Name of library Stirling University Library 
Address Stirling, FK9 4LA 
Telephone 01786 467235 
Fax 01786 466866 
E-mail  library@stir.ac.uk
Website http://www.is.stir.ac.uk 
Alternative names  
Contact & Job Title Helen Beardsley, Senior Subject Librarian (Arts) 
Purpose & main user community of the library  Serves members of the University
Terms of access  Walk-in (main collections); Special Collections Collections by appointment
Opening hours Semester: M-Th 09.00-22.00, F 09.00-19.00, Sa 09.00-16.00, Su 09.00-16.00; Opening hours are reduced in vacation; refer to website for current information. 
Disabled access  
Lending to other libraries & visitors  Lending is via the British Library. Payment of annual subscription (£30) entitles non-members to borrow up to 3 books at one time (not from student text collections).
Number of volumes General, Eastern religions (good holdings), Biblical studies, Historical and philosophical studies of Christianity. 
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Coverage  
Special Collections Drummond Collection (the output and business of the Stirling Tract Enterprise). The Library also acts as the reading room for the Leighton Library, Dunblane (founded on the personal library of Archbishop Robert Leighton 1611-1684). 
Manuscripts  30 manuscripts in the Leighton Library.
Research resource The Leighton Library is a research resource for church history; early editions of the Fathers of the Church; Biblical commentaries; Occult; Scottish Secession Church. 
Catalogue Type  Computer, card.
URL of catalogue  http:/libcat.stir.ac.uk
Other facilities  
Full Time Staff  1
Part Time Staff  1
Voluntary Staff  
Changes in next five years affecting the above  
Anything else about the library