Thank you to all those people who participated in our recent 2013 Food for Fines initiative. We have had a lot of people donating food items and clearing their fines.
The Library Book is an exhibition presenting work produced during the 2013 residency at UTS Library by Chris Caines. It features a collaboration with designer Zoë Sadokierski, transforming the results of the residency into a print-digital hybrid book.
Merry Christmas everyone! Get in the festive spirit by guessing how many books were used to construct the Christmas trees at either the City Campus or Kuring-gai Campus Libraries!
Students need to make sure that outstanding library fines are under $50 to receive spring semester results.
This class will show you how to measure the impact of your research using a number of free or library subscribed tools. It will also look at name management and ways you can make your publications more visible.
Two sessions are available to book:
1000 PeaceWomen for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005 was an historical nomination. In 2005, 1000 women from 150 countries were collectively nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of hundreds of thousands other female peace activists.
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: