The past year has proven to be an exciting and successful year at UTS Library.
For the first in our Curations exhibit series, UTS Library is playing host to a fashion exhibition! Coinciding with Sydney Fashion Week, this exhibition is being held in the City Campus Library during the month of April.
Stop by and check out the following features:
More borrowing time for Alumni members
To improve services to our Alumni members, UTS Library has increased the loan period on the general collection items.
To celebrate Harmony Day, UTS Library is running an Instagram photo competition.
How to enter
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most stunning natural wonders, but faces destruction from the effects of climate change.
In the past 30 years, 50.7% of the coral in the reef has died.
Join us for free pizza and meet people from the Student Services Unit, the HELPS Centre and the Library who may be able to help you at this crucial point in the semester.
Attention all students with new Student ID cards!
If you have just received your new Student ID card please be aware that you will not be able to use the printing facilities in the Library for a 24 hour period while your card is activated.
You may be wondering why some of the books on the shelves are marked with an X.
UTS Library becomes a zombie playground on Play Day, with games and activities suited for players at all levels.
We have fabulous prizes and giveaways for the survivors and a free lunch. Even the undead enjoy a bit of fun and games like …
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.