The Launceston Campus Library refreshment station is now open for student use. Chilled and boiling water, along with a ‘fridge to keep your snacks chilled, are available for you to use on level one of the Library. This has been paid for with funds from your Student Services Amenities Fees.
The new Refreshment Station on Morris Miller Library level 3 is now open for student use! Go ahead and make a hot drink! Funding for this provided from SSAF funds.
Research Bites@Your Library Are you an academic researcher or a research candidate? Then, these seminars are just for you Come along and join the discussion about the latest ways to enhance your research impact and make your research life easier. WHEN: 1 July to 5 July (lunchtime each day) TIME: 1:10pm – 1:50pm (all […]
With over 120 hours of interactive learning materials, this fully online resource provides preparation and practice for the reading, writing, listening and speaking modules of the academic IELTS exam. Available via the library catalogue: http://millennium.lib.utas.edu.au/record=b1723303~S67
Link to the survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SSAF_Survey2013
Library Tours for new SET and IMAS students Weeks 1 & 2 Monday – Friday Duration = 30 minutes Bookings recommended: http://libraryrego.its.utas.edu.au/training/index.asp - select Science Library Tour The Science Library is located in the Centenary Building, Sandy Bay Campus (building no. 10, on the campus map). Week One Monday 25th Feb. 11:00AM – 11:30AM 2:30PM – 3:00PM Tuesday 26th Feb. 12:30PM – […]
“A ground-breaking and topical edition of Griffith REVIEW that highlights rapid changes in Tasmania, past and present, by the state’s best writers and thinkers” – UTAS LIbrary offers you an electronic copy here
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
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 […]