The latest bumper edition of the AXIS Newsletter is now online. Find out about some of the major events and news from UTS Library during 2013.
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.
Students need to make sure that outstanding library fines are under $50 to receive spring semester results.
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.
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:
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.
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
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
We are really interested in knowing if you found the item that you were looking for.
UTS Library will be running the Did You Find It? Survey, from Monday 9 to Wednesday 11 September 2013 at the City and Kuring-gai Campus Libraries.
UTS Library will be having a 2 week Fines Amnesty starting Monday 19 August and concluding at 6pm Sunday, 1 September.
Ten Canoes: One hundred and fifty spears, ten canoes, three wives... trouble
Kick off the semester with free films at UTS Library! We have a comfortable screening space with bean bags and popcorn.