Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Fri, 26 February 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Services for Students
Getting Started
Getting Started
UTS Library has resources, services and spaces that will help you to succeed in your studies. The Library can also assist you with online and in-person support and training.
APA
APA
The APA (American Psychological Association) referencing style is the most common style in use at UTS. APA covers all subject areas, and is widely used by many academic journals, textbooks, and universities around the world.
Study Guides
Study Guides
Access key resources for your discipline area - from databases to journals and books, study guides are the cheat sheet to your discipline.
Services for Researchers
Search the Literature
Search the Literature
If you are just getting started or want to get a sense of what’s been published, it's best to start with a scoping search.
Manage your Information and Data
Manage your Information and Data
The Library provides guidance on reference management and research data management.
Demonstrate your Impact
Demonstrate your Impact
Citation-based metrics can be used as evidence of your track record and impact. When we talk about impact, we refer to academic impact and research impact.
Services for Teaching Staff
Copyright Advice
Copyright Advice
The Library provides copyright advice in alignment with Australian copyright law as its applies to staff, students, and researchers at UTS.
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free, openly licensed online teaching and learning materials. They can take a wide variety of forms including text, photographic and video material, audio, software, quizzes, or even whole course lessons (called OpenCourseware).
Digital and Data Literacy Training
Digital and Data Literacy Training
Library staff have extensive experience training students to develop critical information and digital literacy skills. Training is delivered in a variety of ways including online and face-to-face workshops.

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Upcoming Events

Feb 26

Everything you need to set up for your first online class. In this mini training session you will:

Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Fri, 26 February 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Feb 26

New to Canvas? Learn all about your new learning management system ahead of classes. This session will cover:

Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Fri, 26 February 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Feb 26

 

Online
Fri, 26 February 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Feb 26

In this super-quick session, you'll learn:

  1. What a reading list is.
  2. How to access your reading list.
  3. What to do if you need help finding your readings
Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Fri, 26 February 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Mar 1

Everything you need to know about booking a study room. In this mini training session you will learn how to:

Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Mon, 1 March 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Mar 3

Learn about the resources UTS Library offers for improving your English language skills.

This workshop will guide you through the online programs that can help you with both general and academic English skills.

Zoom join link will be available
Wed, 3 March 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Mar 3

Everything you need to know about booking a study room. In this mini training session you will learn how to:

Building 2 Level 4: Student Learning Hub
Wed, 3 March 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Mar 4

Have an assignment question and don’t know where to start? Having trouble finding articles and resources?

https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/87108158008
Thu, 4 March 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Mar 4

拿到作业后该怎么办? 怎样查找相关的资料? 本讲座会讨论一些基本的做作业技巧包括分析理解老师所布置的作业,使用不同的检索工具查找不同类型的文献资料以及一些检索技巧。 

欢迎同学们带着你们的作业来上讲座做练习。

https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/89558170920
Thu, 4 March 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Mar 5

Everything you need to know about booking a study room. In this mini training session you will learn how to:

CB02.04.210D Student Learning Hub Desk 2B
Fri, 5 March 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Creative in Residence
Creative in Residence Program

Learn about this innovative program and view the work of previous creatives who have enriched Library spaces and services.