20 December 2006
A recent article in The Guardian highlighted a new free online service, co-developed by the University’s Institute for Learning and Research Technology (ILRT), to help academics and students find high-quality internet resources.
The service, called Intute, is run by a partnership of UK universities. Staff at ILRT are responsible for running Intute's Social Sciences section (which evolved from the ILRT’s own SOSIG project) and the Intute Virtual Training Suite.
The Guardian reported that Intute ‘has established a reputation as higher education's answer to Google’. You can read the full article on the Guardian website.
You can read more about Intute by going to the online news item that announced its launch.