Another brand new space has just been opened in the City Campus Library. The Editing Studio is an editing, mixing and production studio located at Room 4.i.
The Library has workshops in Library Research Skills, Harvard UTS Referencing, EndNote and RefWorks available in Chinese.
Don’t know where to start with your assignment? Want to improve your research or referencing skills? Then these are the workshops for you!
The Library offers a selection of workshops at times that may suit your study needs better!
UTS Careers is running small group workshops to help students get started using their LinkedIn account and to learn more about LinkedIn’s features and functionalities. We will review your profile and offer advice on how to manage your online professional identity.
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Photos from the Drik Gallery, Dhaka, Bangladesh
13 July - 28 August
Level 4 Breakout Space, City Campus Library
Do you have trouble motivating yourself to get uni work done?
An American study suggests that over 70% of students have trouble with procrastination. You’re certainly not alone. Beating procrastination takes commitment, and it can be hard to know where to begin.
Highlighting some recent additions to our collection by UTS authors and editors.
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.
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.
UTS Library's popular writing club is back! Open to all UTS students and staff
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