Please help us plan for the future by answering the following super quick survey on the use of laptops and a digital gaming lab in the Library.
This seminar will teach you how to use bibliometrics to publish strategically! We will show you how to use Web of Science and Scopus to identify potential places to publish and then evaluate using a number of tools.
Three sessions available, please book online:
SUB/SYDNEY invites you to submerge yourself in an exhibition that celebrates the very substance of this city. In this exhibition the prefix ‘sub’ encompasses the many parts of the city that come together to form a whole.
To celebrate International Open Access Week, UTS Library will be running a series of workshops.
The workshops cover a wide range of related topics and aim to increase your knowledge and skills in everything from:
Gold and Greener Pastures: Open Access Explained
Open access promotes the global dissemination of information and knowledge via the internet free of any financial, legal or technical restraints.
It is a movement that has been gaining great momentum over recent years.
UPDATE: Current Grammarly accounts will now expire at the end of the year and not in October as stated earlier.
Join us in October for Steven Spielberg’s classic, action-packed adventure Jurassic Park. We have a comfortable screening space with bean bags and popcorn.
Our roster of Spring Semester classes is now open for registration. We’ve developed a number of new classes covering a wide range of topics and aim to increase your knowledge and skills in everything from blogging, to academic networking and avoiding plagiarism.
UTS Students are invited to participate in a survey about your experiences of using technologies at university and in your everyday life. UTS will use the results of the survey to inform our uses of technology to improve your experience.
Update 9.23am : Internet is back!
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties accessing the Internet.
This appears to be affecting other areas of UTS City Campus.
Congratulations to Dr Helen Kilpatrick of the University of Wollongong, who on Friday September 20, 2013, was awarded the 2013 Inoue Yasushi Award for her essay, 'Envisioning the Shôjo Aesthetic in Miyazawa Kenji's
This session will discuss the fastest and easiest ways to collaborate on projects and maximise your research impact via social media network.
UTS Library subscribes to a fantastic package of databases that provide hard to find industry and company information covering:
Making Photographs is a series of artwork created by Dr Chris Caines, Senior Lecturer in the Creative Practices Group and the UTS Library Artist in Residence 2013.
It forms part of Chris' The Library Book collection