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    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 Referencing
    APA Referencing
    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 it 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.

    Upcoming Events

    Oct 25

    Week 4 | CREATIVITY & COMPASSION: Visualisation and metta

    Mon, 25 October 4:30 PM to 4:45 PM
    Online
    Oct 26

    The Open Access movement aims to democratise scholarly knowledge for the public good. While traditionally aligned to journal publications, the movement now encompasses Open Education and Open Research.

    Tue, 26 October 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
    Oct 26

    Without a goal to work towards it’s hard to grow and learn. Some goals are easy to achieve, but they don’t stretch us to improve. Goals that are too big can feel unachievable and be demotivating.

    Tue, 26 October 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
    Online
    Oct 27

    Open Textbooks are a recent innovation in free, digital texts, and they’re the topic of this exciting panel discussion with experts from UTS and Deakin University. 

    Wed, 27 October 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
    Oct 27

    Week 4 | CREATIVITY & COMPASSION: Visualisation and metta

    Wed, 27 October 12:00 PM to 12:15 PM
    Online
    Oct 27

    Open educational resources (OER) offer many benefits for teaching and learning in higher education.

    Wed, 27 October 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
    Online
    Oct 27

    When setting up your space it is crucial that you put some thought into where that might be.

    Wed, 27 October 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online
    Oct 28

    Open data is a story of opportunity with far-reaching benefits. Equitable access to data advances scientific inquiry and increases opportunities for learning, engagement, and innovation.

    Thu, 28 October 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
    Oct 28

    Leading a well-rounded life also means taking into account the needs we have outside of being productive – this includes our relationships with friends and family, homes, hobbies, education, work and health.

    Thu, 28 October 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
    Online
    Oct 28

    Are you interested in making your research Open Access? There are many approaches for how this can be done. This workshop will provide an overview of what Open Access is and tips for how you can find appropriate journals to publish in. 

    Thu, 28 October 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
    Online
    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.