Have you worn yourself out trying to find a vacant computer in the Libraries at UTAS?
Have a look here to see where you will find one vacant in all the UTAS Libraries.
Off-campus access to the library catalogue is now available.
The new library catalogue offers faceted searching which means you can limit your search results e.g. by location, date, format.
Electronic journals are accessible through the new library catalogue.
If you have any queries, please contact us
New Library Management System (LMS)
Implementation of a new LMS has given us the opportunity to review some of the user functions and our borrowing rules.
- Track your borrowing history: you can choose this function or leave it
- The book you want is on loan? Now you can recall it yourself
- Borrowing quotas and durations extended for most borrowers
To see what else is new, ask at any UTAS Library.
Datastream 5.0 is now available in the Morris Miller Library.
This is an excellent resource for economics and finance students looking for current and historical time series data on stocks, stock indices, bonds, futures, interest rates, commodities, derivatives, exchange rates, and economic data.
See the Economics and Finance Subject Guide (http://utas.libguides.com/economics ) for more details on how to access Datastream, or contact Felix Wilson, Business Liaison Librarian Hobart.
We have re-introduced the booking system for some of the computers in the Morris Miller Library.
The first 3 PCs in the Level 2 Learning Hub may be reserved for one – 2 hour period per day- per person.
This booking system will be self – managed and the sheets for doing this can be found beside each computer.
Bookings in advance are permitted. If you experience any difficulty with your booking; please consult with desk staff who will be please to assist you.
There are also computers available in the lovely new Learning Hubs in the Science and Law Libraries. Have you seen them?