Today marks the launch of the new UTS Library online experience. To complement the new UTS Blake Library in UTS Central, the digital library experience is being transformed to improve access to key resources, advice, support, and training. With approximately 5.5 million page views in 2020, the new website implements feedback from students, researchers, and teaching staff across multiple surveys, feedback groups, and user experience studies.
Locating and accessing relevant resources to your area of study has never been easier. The new website sees revised Study Guides covering all disciplines of UTS study - with direct links to the most relevant resources, help and referencing information. Guides are the most current portal to library information that is relevant to your course.
Check out the Study Guides.
Referencing support has also increased with easy to use, downloadable guides and easier to locate workshops and training - delivered both on-campus and online.
Chat and FAQs
One-on-one advice and support through the Library chat has been upgraded (on the right hand side of every page) with in-built video-conferencing for those times it's easier to show or see something. Our FAQs are also new with details on the new Library in UTS Central, referencing, Reading Lists, and the Library catalogue.
Did you know you can borrow a laptop from the Library?
Events, Workshops and Training
Online or on-campus, the Library always has something going on and with the new website it's easier to locate workshops and training (for students or researchers) and events and tours.
Visit the Selfie Rooms of UTS Library when you're next on campus - open until 3 March.
The digital library experience
Providing 24-hour access to resources, training, advice, and support – from anywhere – the digital UTS Library will be where you are, when you need it.