Thank you to everyone who responded to the Library’s recent Client Survey. We had over 3600 responses, well up on the 2010 survey responses. Once our final report is in from the company that runs the survey, we will be publishing detailed information on the Library webpage, regarding the results and how we intend to respond to issues raised. For now though, we can announce the winners of the prizes on offfer. First prize of the iPad2 went to Masters of Teaching student, Rosalie Wallace from Devonport, pictured above, receiving her prize from Wendy Hoyle, the Launceston Campus Librarian. The book voucher winners were Hobart based students Alison Young, Andrew Brown and Mathew Finlayson and Hobart staff member Catherine Campbell.
During the month of October, the Library will be offering discounts of up to 50% on all outstanding Library fines (please note: minimum fine payment is $5) plus waived processing fees on the retun of very overdue Library books.
Come in and talk to someone in the Library, or email us at Libr...@utas.edu.au
24/7 access to level one of the Launceston Campus Library is now available to UTAS staff and students.
You will be able to access computers, study rooms and study carrels on level one, computers and photocopiers on the landing of level two, newspapers, vending coffee machine, cold water dispenser and toilets.
This new service is the solution for students who work part or full time, and for others who simply want the option of being able to study in a secure environment away from their home, at any time of the day or night.
Monitored security cameras, regular security patrols and a direct phone line to security staff will provide that security.
Please ensure that you carry your swipe card and student ID with you at all times
When you get a chance, come and see our latest display on level 2 of the Launceston Campus Library. From the establishment of the buildings at Newnham to house the Launceston Teachers College, through to the consolidation of facilities for the Tasmanian College of Advanced Education and on to the TSIT days prior to becoming part of the University of Tasmania. The display looks at Campus life, facilities and in particular how the library has evolved.
Over the break, contractors have been making changes to the Launceston Campus Library. These are to prepare us for the introduction of 24/7 opening from early in Semester 2, 2012. Swipe card access, security phone and cameras and a water chiller are all currently being installed. Stay tuned for more information.
The Library’s Marketing Group ran a competition this year, to see if our advertisements of Library services placed in the TUU student diaries were being noticed and also to draw attention to the Library’s news blog. Notes were included in our ads, asking students to go to the blog for details. Here they were asked to tear out our ad from the diary, add their student number and contact details and then to drop it into the Library suggestion boxes in the Morris Miller, Launceston or Cradle Coast libraries. We had a huge response from all three campuses. The winner of the $100 Co-op Bookshop voucher was James Shrimpton. James is based in Launceston and can be seen here with his prize. thank you to everyone who participated.