Added on 18 September 2015

The University of Bath has an excellent reputation for both teaching and research and has been ranked as the UK's top university in the Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey 2015. The Library manages and maintains a diverse collection including archival resources, historical records and other publications to support the University's teaching and research activities as well as those in the wider academic community.

Kara Jones, Head of Library Research Services at the University of Bath Library said 'One of the core activities of the Library is to provide advice, advocacy, expertise and skills training in accessing and using the available information resources, which in many cases is digital. Hopefully by joining the DPC, we can benefit from shared knowledge from other members within similar Institutions to help us meet the ongoing needs of all our library users'.

'It has been an unprecedentedly busy time at the DPC with the University of Bath becoming the third new member during the last month' noted William Kilbride, Executive Director. 'I am delighted to welcome them as our newest associate member and hope that by joining the DPC, we can collaborate with the Library to enhance access and availability to their wonderful collection of digital resources'.

More information about the University of Bath Library can be found on their website:

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