Are you curious about how much power you use in your home and would you like to be able to measure it?
UTS Library has recently reviewed the Library memberships for Alumni. To ensure we continue to provide quality information services to enhance the career and professional lives of our Alumni we have made some exciting changes to the memberships offered.
UTS Library piloted a writing club to help postgraduate research students improve their skills, overcome procrastination and develop self discipline in writing in 2011.
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:
Come learn about UTS Library's great selection of academic texts and leisure reading materials available to students and staff. This new workshop will show you how to access and download free eBooks and audiobooks to compatible devices.
Topics that will be covered:
If you’re an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student, come along to the IndiRead Club and discuss interesting stories from magazines, newspapers and websites, meet other Indigenous students and have a yarn!
Read@UTS is the university’s reading club for students! We meet on a regular basis in the library to practice reading short texts to build comprehension, fluency and critical thinking skills.
The Library has developed an online data management planning checklist, providing a critical tool for managing your research.
The "Bulletin" monthly newsletter delivers Library news direct to your email.
‘Shut up and write’ is a writing club for PhD students and early career researchers who want to improve their writing skills, overcome procrastination and develop self-discipline.
What do we do?
If you enjoy reading then come and meet other UTS literary enthusiasts.
Reference by SMS
UTS Library is offering a new service: Reference by SMS.
Autumn Semester 2012
Monday, 27 February 2012 - Friday, 29 June 2012
City Campus Library
Join the UTS Reading Program and we’ll help you improve your reading skills while meeting new people and sharing tips about UTS. We meet every two weeks and discuss short articles and stories that are interesting, thought provoking and fun.