BUILDING A BETTER LIBRARY EXPERIENCE!
The UTS Library refurbishment is nearly complete. Newly designed spaces for students will be ready at the beginning of semester one, with some enhanced spaces to be finalised over the coming weeks:
NOTE: THE LIBRARY WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ZOMBIE ATTACKS
Come and join us for a fun-filled day of games, prizes and free pizza! Just keep your wits about you… there may be zombies on the loose.
This competition has now closed.
Guess the book and win a prize Monday through Friday!
STUDENTS DISPLAYS: BOOK COVERS BY UTS DESIGN STUDENTS
On display from 17 December - 13 February, 2015
Level 2, City Campus Library
A highlight of 2014
Students need to make sure that outstanding library fines are under $50 to receive spring semester results.
The Library Retrieval System, otherwise known as the LRS, is a state of the art automated underground storage and retrieval system for the majority of the UTS Library collection. Objects, including books and journals, are stored in 12,000 galvanised steel bins of four different heights.
Inspired by a donation to the Library by a former UTS Librarian, this collection draws on the century's old tradition of moveable and three dimensional books.
Hierarchy, Colour, Form & Typography:
Exploring Poster Design at the UTS Library
Tom Fethers // 2012–2014
A poignant collection of photographic portraits of ‘lost diggers’, discovered in a French farmhouse almost 100 years after the First World War, will go on public display at the State Library of NSW from Saturday 1 November.
UTS is committed to protecting the privacy of staff and students.
Zombies are returning to UTS Library - this time, on the big screen! Join us for a free screening of the George A. Romero classic, Night of the Living Dead.
To celebrate this year's International Open Access Week, join us for a talk by Associate Professor Alex Holcombe.
DATE: Friday, 24 October, 2014
TIME: 12pm - 1pm
VENUE: Learning Commons, Level 3, City Campus Library
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.
As part of this year's International Open Access Week celebrations, UTS Library will be proudly marking the 10th Anniversary of UTS ePRESS.