Research and teaching are central to a strengthened relationship between the National Library of Scotland and the University of Edinburgh.
On 1 November, both organisations will formally sign a Memorandum of Understanding outlining a three-year framework for collaboration and partnership.
Formalising the collaborative relationship that already exists, the document details themes for partnership working that include research and teaching and enhanced access to resources.
Beneficiaries of future collaborative work will include researchers and wider public communities across Scotland, as well as the Library and the University.
Data sharing to support student projects is one of the outputs expected from the framework.
See the Memorandum of Understanding (PDF) (237 KB; 4 pages).
27 October 2016