The Library has workshops in Library Research Skills, EndNote and Harvard UTS Referencing available in Chinese.
Building a Better Library Experience
We’ve successfully loaded the books from the City Campus Library, all is going well with requests happening smoothly and now we are continuing with the next stage of Kuring-gai Campus.
Access is available again for
- Sage Journals
- Oxford University Press Journals
- Duke University Press Journals
Don’t know where to start with your assignment? Want to improve your research or referencing skills? Then these are the workshops for you!
Come along to one of UTS Library's weekend classes:
On display from 29 July to 31 August, 2014
Official Opening 3 - 5pm Thursday, 21 August, City Campus Library, Level 2, All Welcome
Please be advised
Maintenance on the BONUS+ system will take place between
8.00am Saturday 12 July and 8.00pm Sunday 13 July.
BONUS+ will be unavailable intermittently throughout that period.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Part 3: Promote your 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.
The UTS Human Rights Awards celebrate the contributions made by UTS staff and students towards advancing human rights in Australia and internationally.
Saturday, 28 June - Sunday, 27 July 2014
The Library will be open during the following times:
City Campus Library
Students need to make sure that outstanding Library fines are $49 or under to receive your semester results.
Library fines of more than $49 may prevent you from accessing your exam results and may affect your re-enrolment or graduation.
Did you miss the Green Week Debate or just want to relive this fun debate, you can as the Video: The bicycle is the most sustainable piece of engineering ever developed is now available!
Learn how to organise your references with EndNote. Introduction, Advanced and Mac classes available.
Book into a session now!
Mon 7 July
The bicycle is the most sustainable piece of engineering ever developed
UTS Green and UTS Library will be hosting an exciting Green Week Debate to celebrate World Environment Day.