The 2015 Library Guides are available online or you can pick them up from the City Campus Library or Kuring-gai Campus Library.
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.
Plans are well underway to construct a range of new study areas across levels 2-5 which include both collaborative and quiet spaces for individual study and research.
UTS Library has an extensive collection of material on Manga, the Japanese comic style developed in the late 19th century from earlier forms of Japanese art.
Some sections, in particular Image or Artwork, and Reports from a Database, were extensively revised in April 2014. Please refer to the updated versions when referencing.
After an evaluation of usage and the overall service provided by OverDrive, we have decided to cancel our subscription. The Library’s current subscription will run as of 30 May 2014. You can continue to borrow up to this date, but books will stop working after 30 May 2014.
Smart card (only) printers can be found in the following areas:
City Campus Library
Kuring-gai Campus Library
Students can still borrow without a smart card but you will need to bring:
Unfortunately you will not be able to print or photocopy without a card.
Use the Search the Catalogue box above to search for subject resources by subject name or number or lecturer.
Subject Resources include: