UTS Library

Indigenous Students

Baya Ng'ara Nura (Language of the Eora Nation)

Baya .......... read
Ng'ara ........ listen, hear think
Nura ........... place, country

UTS Library has a dedicated study space specifically designed to welcome Indigenous students, and dedicated to the spirit of the UTS Statement of Reconciliation.

Baya Ng'ara Nura (Language of the Eora Nation) is a learning place in which Indigenous students can study and learn together, as well as with other students, while drawing on Library resources and learning support.

Indigenous Studies study guide
A collection of links and resources.

Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning
Academic support including ITAS (Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme), Academic Development Unit and the Jumbunna Research Unit.

Summer School for Indigenous Postgraduate Students
Hosted by the Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia in conjunction with the Cooperative Research Centre Aboriginal Health, the Australian Indigenous Studies Program and the Centre for Indigenous Education at the University of Melbourne.

Library access

As a UTS student you are automatically a member of the Library with access to Library services and resources. Use your Student ID card to access the Library.

Borrow & Renew
How to borrow from the Library and the conditions on your loans.

UTS Library provides a range of facilities to support students in their study and research.

My Subject Resources
Choose from a number of resources available to you as a UTS student.


Jemima McDonald - supports Indigenous Students from all faculties.
Tel: 02 9514 3728
Email: jemima.mcdonald@uts.edu.au