"Don't miss the UTS: Careers Pop Up Drop-In at the UTS Library where experienced Recruitment Advisors can give you career-related advice!
Our Drop-in Consultations run for up to 15 minutes, no appointment necessary.
We’re excited to announce that in response to requests for longer Library opening hours, we will be trialling 24 hours a day, 5 days a week opening hours from Tuesday 4 October to Friday 11 November.
UTS eResearch and Intersect offer a wide range of specialised courses for researchers, from beginner through to advanced levels in High-Performance Computing (HPC), Excel for research, data management and visualisation, cleaning and exploring data, and more.
UTS Library runs the following workshops to help you break down your assignment question, find resources and reference correctly.
Come learn about all the great resources UTS Library offers for improving your English language skills. This hands-on workshop is aimed at students that want to:
The Library has workshops in Library Research Skills, Harvard UTS Referencing, EndNote and RefWorks available in Chinese.
Starting 1 August, UTS Library will be trialling a new service for postgraduate researchers and staff - online research consultations using video chat software.
Get a head start on the Spring Session at UTS Library.
UTS Careers is running small group workshops to help students get started using their LinkedIn account and to learn more about LinkedIn’s features and functionalities. We will review your profile and offer advice on how to manage your online professional identity.
UTS Library can help you fine-tune your referencing skills for your next assignment. Check out some of the fantastic referencing services we have to offer:
UTS Library has free chargebars for your smart devices with the following attachments:
The Library offers a selection of workshops at times that may suit your study needs better!
You don’t need to wait until after graduation to become an Alumni member of the Library; you are eligible as soon as the successful completion of your course has been approved by UTS.
The following free workshops will help you understand and improve your referencing skills.
Book into a class now:
UTS Library, in collaboration with IML, RIO and Intersect, has curated a program of workshops for academics that cover three strategic areas:
Do you need to prepare for IELTS or improve your vocabularly, grammar, writing and study skills?
Do you have trouble motivating yourself to get uni work done?
An American study suggests that over 70% of students have trouble with procrastination. You’re certainly not alone. Beating procrastination takes commitment, and it can be hard to know where to begin.