@JennaPrice It's wonderful to see. I feel proud by proxy. Hope I gave some good advice at @utslibrary Research Help Desk.
Inspired by a donation to the Library by a former UTS Librarian, this collection draws on the century's old tradition of moveable and three dimensional books. The original audience for these works were adults, with books illustrating holy days and others illustrating, for example, works on anatomy.
LIBRARY ALERT: Due to IT maintenance at University of Newcastle, BONUS+ will be unavailable for intermittent periods occurring between: 8.00am to 8.00pm on Saturday 31 January 2015. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
RT @utsart: Research Week @utslibrary starts Monday! Sharpen yr skills or take a tour of the amazing Library Retrieval System... http://t.c…
Research Week @utslibrary starts Monday! Sharpen yr skills or take a tour of the amazing Library Retrieval System... http://t.co/xCFq8lkV2o
Spotted in the China Library on Level 4 of the City Campus Library. goo.gl/WCsaHf
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Vale Colleen McCullough (1 June 1937 – 29 January 2015) - an impressive career spanning teacher, librarian, journalist, neuroscientist, researcher and associate at Yale, and world famous Australian author. Her best-known novel The Thorn Birds and some of her other novels are available through the Library Catalogue.