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Workshops for Academics: Learn. Teach. Research was held from 23 - 25 July. A program of workshops were held at the Library and covered three key areas: research impact, learning.futures and data science.
The UTS Kuring-gai Campus will be closing in December of this year, as UTS consolidates its learning and research activities at the City Campus. To celebrate and reflect on the campus, UTS Library has been working to preserve its history with a Kuring-gai Campus Photo Archive Group on Flickr.
This is a reminder to all students and staff that highlighting, marking and leaving post-it notes in books are all considered damage to Library items. We have recently observed an increase in the number of books returned to us in this condition.
Highlighting some recent additions to our collection by UTS authors and editors.
UTS ePRESS launches a new eBook, History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, edited by Timothy Neale, Crystal McKinnon and Eve Vincent.
The China Library is now open on Level 4 of the City Campus Library.
The new China Library was gifted to UTS from the Chinese Government and is a rich information centre filled with books, audio visual materials, mulitmedia displays as well as reading and study areas.
This process is simple:
1. Search the Library Catalogue.
2. Select the item you want. If it's held in the LRS, you will see 'Library Retrieval System' under Location.
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