Workshops for Academics: Learn. Teach. Research was held from 23 - 25 July. A program of workshops were held at the Library and covered three key areas: research impact, learning.futures and data science.
The UTS Kuring-gai Campus will be closing in December of this year, as UTS consolidates its learning and research activities at the City Campus. To celebrate and reflect on the campus, UTS Library has been working to preserve its history with a Kuring-gai Campus Photo Archive Group on Flickr.
UPDATE 1.30pm: Our borrowing systems are back online. Thanks for your patience.
Saturday, 27 June - Sunday, 26 July 2015
The Library will be open during the following times:
City Campus Library
You don’t need to wait until after graduation to become an Alumni member of the Library; you are eligible as soon as the successful completion of your course has been approved by UTS.
The following free workshops will help you understand and improve your referencing skills.
Book into a class now:
UTS Library is pleased to announce that our brand new space for PhD, Masters by Research students and staff is now open! The expanded Researchers’ centre (5.r) now seats up to 25 researchers and replaces the former Scholars’ Centre on Level 2. Access is via your UTS ID Card.
Wrap up the semester with a chance to upskill in Research Impact, Learning.Futures and Data Science!
UTS Library, in collaboration with IML, RIO and Intersect, has curated a program of workshops for academics that cover three strategic areas:
UTS Library's popular writing club is back! Open to all UTS students and staff
This is a reminder to all students and staff that highlighting, marking and leaving post-it notes in books are all considered damage to Library items. We have recently observed an increase in the number of books returned to us in this condition.
It has been called democracy’s birth certificate, but 800 years later, most of Magna Carta is as outdated as the Latin it is written in, with rules on how to repay debts owed to Jewish moneylenders and what widths to make dyed cloth.
By Visual Communications Lecturer, Zoë Sadokierski
12 May – 19 June 2015, City Campus Library
UPDATE: 10 June 2015
Please be advised that the access issue with ProQuest has been resolved.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
There is a problem with accessing many of the ProQuest journals via our Library Catalogue.
Students need to make sure that outstanding Library fines are $49 or under to receive your semester results.
Library fines of more than $49 may prevent you from accessing your exam results and may affect your re-enrolment or graduation.
Highlighting some recent additions to our collection by UTS authors and editors.
Colour on the Concrete, curated by Janet Ollevou, explores different approaches and uses of colour and abstraction.
Urban farming and green roofs are just eco-bling
DATE: Thursday, 4 June
TIME: 1pm – 2pm
VENUE: Event Space, Level 2, City Campus Library
UTS Library is hosting a FREE film screening in partnership with UTS: SOUL Award and UTS: Green as part of Green Week 2015. The film, Seeds of Time, is directed by Sandy McLeod and ties into the theme of this year’s Green Week – managing the planet’s natural resources sustainably.
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