BUILDING A BETTER LIBRARY EXPERIENCE!
Starting Wednesday 8 January and continuing over the summer break, the City Campus Library will undergo some major refurbishments to improve facilities for our clients. The work is expected to conclude by Monday, 16 February.
Calling all researchers! At UTS Library we’re kicking off the new year with Research Week, our annual researcher skills development program.
STUDENTS DISPLAYS: BOOK COVERS BY UTS DESIGN STUDENTS
On display from 17 December - 27 February, 2014
Level 2, City Campus Library
Some functions of My Library may not be working for all users. We are looking into the issue.
A highlight of 2014
Saturday, 29 November 2014 - Sunday, 22 February 2015
Christmas/New Year: UTS Library will be closed from 4pm on Wednesday, 24 December 2014 and reopens on Friday, 2 January 2015.
There will be no deliveries from the Library Retrieval System (LRS) during the Christmas/New Year closure.
UTS Library will be closed from 4pm on Wednesday, 24 December 2014 and reopens 9am on Friday, 2 January 2015.
Students need to make sure that outstanding library fines are under $50 to receive spring semester results.
UTS ePRESS launches a new eBook, History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, edited by Timothy Neale, Crystal McKinnon and Eve Vincent.
There will be possible interruptions to the Library Retrieval System (LRS) deliveries from:
- Wednesday, 10 December from 6am to 2pm daily, due to Crane servicing.
Please allow extra time on these days for your requests to reach the Library.
The Library Retrieval System, otherwise known as the LRS, is a state of the art automated underground storage and retrieval system for the majority of the UTS Library collection. Objects, including books and journals, are stored in 12,000 galvanised steel bins of four different heights.
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.
Inspired by a donation to the Library by a former UTS Librarian, this collection draws on the century's old tradition of moveable and three dimensional books.
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