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.
The idea of humans being served by robots is no longer confined to the realm of Sci-Fi.
The Library will be open during the following times over Easter and Anzac Day.
City Campus Library
Easter Friday, 18 April 2014 to Monday, 21 April 2014
Students need to get their ID cards now, you will need your ID card for mid semester exams.
As of Monday, 14 April you can get your ID card from Student Centers located in:
- Building 1 - Level 4
- Building 5 - Ground Floor
Please note that Library Online Services will be affected by the following internet outage.
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The past year has proven to be an exciting and successful year at UTS Library.
For the first in our Curations exhibit series, UTS Library is playing host to a fashion exhibition! Coinciding with Sydney Fashion Week, this exhibition is being held in the City Campus Library during the month of April.
Stop by and check out the following features:
Access to the full text of Sage online resources has been unstable since last Friday.
You may get the following error message when clicking on full text pdfs: “Connection refused by oss.sagepub.com, please try again later.”
More borrowing time for Alumni members
To improve services to our Alumni members, UTS Library has increased the loan period on the general collection items.
The Easter Bunny is arriving at the City Campus and Kuring-gai Campus libraries on 14 - 19 April and will leave clues that will lead you to egg-cellent surprises!
Keep a look out for pictures of Easter eggs, they could be anywhere!
Part I: Find Information
Our first series of seminars and workshops will help build advanced skills in locating, retrieving and evaluating information for your research.
To celebrate Harmony Day, UTS Library is running an Instagram photo competition.
How to enter
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most stunning natural wonders, but faces destruction from the effects of climate change.
In the past 30 years, 50.7% of the coral in the reef has died.
Join us for free pizza and meet people from the Student Services Unit, the HELPS Centre and the Library who may be able to help you at this crucial point in the semester.
Attention all students with new Student ID cards!
If you have just received your new Student ID card please be aware that you will not be able to use the printing facilities in the Library for a 24 hour period while your card is activated.
You may be wondering why some of the books on the shelves are marked with an X.