UTS Library provides a mix of spaces to best meet your study and research needs. Levels 2 and 3 have seating to encourage collaboration and group discussion. Level 4 is a quiet floor and Level 5 is silent, where noise is kept to a minimum and students work individually. Individual and group study rooms are bookable.
These rooms are for use by special needs students only. You must be registered with Student Services Unit to arrange access.
Room 2.a is an open room with 6 PCs.
Room 2.b is single room and bookable through Room Bookings.
Location: Rooms 2.a and 2.b.
Dedicated to the spirit of the UTS Statement on Reconciliation, the Baya Ng’ara Nura Learning Place is intended to welcome Indigenous students to the Library. In the language of the Eora Nation, these words mean Read (Baya), Listen, Hear, Think (Ng'ara), Place or Country (Nura).
Baya Ng'ara Nura provides a welcoming space with study tables and computers, in which Indigenous students can learn and access Library resources and learning support.
Location: Level 2
The China Library was gifted to UTS from the Chinese Government and is a rich information centre filled with books, audio visual materials, mulitmedia displays as well as reading and study areas. Also see Special Collections.
Location: Level 4
We have two Computer labs in the Library, in addition to general access computers on each floor. These rooms are available for students to use when not already booked by Library staff.
Location: Rooms 3.i and 4.l.
An extensive collection of picture books, posters and puppets to support education students at UTS.Location: Level 4
This room is an editing/mixing/final production studio for material users bring in. It also has voice recording facilities. Headphones, microphones and a MIDI controller are available for loan from Reserve on Level 2.
This room is bookable through Room Bookings. You will also need to collect the key from the Enquiries & Loans Desk.
For more information see Editing Studio now open at UTS Library.
Towards the back of Level 2, we’ve introduced a new presentation space. The area is highly reconfigurable for events or study, and is well insulated for noise reduction.
Location: Level 2
This is an interactive multipurpose space, featuring Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U games consoles, computers and whiteboard walls. Games and wireless headphones are available to borrow from the Enquiries and Loans Desk on Level 2.
For more information, see: Have you visited the Games Room yet?
Location: Room 3.f.
Study spaces are available for group learning activities, with wireless access in each room, and most with a computer. These are bookable through Room Bookings.
Location: Rooms 3.a – 3.h, 4.b – 4.d and 5.c – 5.f.
Open spaces for quiet, individual study, with desks fitted with privacy screens. Please switch your mobile phone to silent in these areas.
Location: Levels 3, 4 and 5.
Rooms specifically intended for individual study. Please switch your mobile phone to silent in these areas. These are bookable through Room Bookings.
Location: 4.f – 4.h, 5.h – 5.p.
A mixed purpose area, for group or individual study. You have access to Library computers as well as powerpoints and wireless access. Please switch your mobile phone to silent in these areas.
Location: Levels 2 and 3.
This is a space for presentations and classes with flexible furniture, a UTS presentation lectern and data projector. It accommodates up to 50 people.
Lockers are free to use. You can get a locker key from the Enquiries and Loans Desk on Level 2. Lockers are available to UTS students and staff for the day. A fine of $5 per hour will apply to the late return of locker keys.
Items left overnight will be removed. Speak to staff at the Enquiries and Loans Desk on Level 2.
Location: Levels 4 and 5.
Rooms with a computer, data projector and screen for practicing presentations. These are bookable through Room Bookings.
Location: Rooms 4.e and 5.b.
A quiet space for UTS postgraduate research students and staff. You have access to a range of Library resources, powerpoints, and a meeting room.
UTS postgraduate research students also have access to long-term lockers and can book the meeting room 5.q through Room Bookings. Access is through your current UTS ID card.
UTS researchers should consult their faculty, institute or unit to ensure they have access.
If you require complete silence to help you concentrate, consider these soundproofed rooms for silent study. No booking is required. Please switch your mobile phone off in these areas.
Location: Rooms 4.a and 5.a.
These rooms contain computers and presentation facilities. They are used for Library workshops and are open for general student use at other times.
Location: Room 2.c and 4.j