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.
From 6pm on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 UTS will be completing generator testing.
All LRS requests on 18 November 2014 will need to be made before 5pm.
Hierarchy, Colour, Form & Typography:
Exploring Poster Design at the UTS Library
Tom Fethers // 2012–2014
Construction will be taking place on Level 4 of the Blake Library, City Campus.
The new China Library was gifted to UTS from the Chinese Government and will be a rich information centre filled with books, audio visual materials, mulitmedia displays as well as reading and study areas.
Copyright in 2014: The Year in Review & Evening Lecture: Professor Jane Ginsburg
We’ve been working hard to develop tools to assist you with your study and research needs.
A poignant collection of photographic portraits of ‘lost diggers’, discovered in a French farmhouse almost 100 years after the First World War, will go on public display at the State Library of NSW from Saturday 1 November.
UTS Library's November training calendar features the next set of Research Skills Workshops and our popular Learning2014 workshops. Read on for details and booking information.
UTS is committed to protecting the privacy of staff and students.
Zombies are returning to UTS Library - this time, on the big screen! Join us for a free screening of the George A. Romero classic, Night of the Living Dead.
To celebrate this year's International Open Access Week, join us for a talk by Associate Professor Alex Holcombe.
DATE: Friday, 24 October, 2014
TIME: 12pm - 1pm
VENUE: Learning Commons, Level 3, City Campus Library
LRS tours are available for UTS Alumni from Monday, 3 November to Friday, 14 November to view the new Library Retrieval System (LRS) in action.
To celebrate International Open Access (OA) Week, UTS Library will be running a series of excellent OA-related workshops.
Open Access promotes the global dissemination of information and knowledge via the internet, free of any financial, legal or technical restraints. It is a movement that has been gaining great momentum over recent years.
As part of this year's International Open Access Week celebrations, UTS Library will be proudly marking the 10th Anniversary of UTS ePRESS.