Next workshop on using EndNote to manage your references Thursday 29 August, 1 – 3 pm, Morris Miller Library, eLab 2
Next workshop on using databases and setting up alerts Wednesday 28 August, Morris Miller Library, 1 – 3 pm, eLab2
To book please email email link with subject: PG workshop
UTAS staff and students are invited to visit the National Science Week displays in the Morris Miller and Science Libraries, Do fish cross roads? Do fish climb ladders? To celebrate National Science Week, 10 – 18 August, UTAS Library is running a competition and you can pick up an entry form at any UTAS Library.
To enter simply answer a question and you could be in the draw to win a $75 book voucher from Coop Bookshop.
Drop your entry off at the Morris Miller Library. The display and competition ends 8 September.
Do fish cross roads?
Do fish climb ladders?
You have to see this display! Morris Miller and Science Libraries, Sandy Bay campus
The display showcases local science and engineering designs that ensure our native fish, platypus and Tasmania’s freshwater lobster (largest invertebrate in the world) can pass through fast-flowing road culverts.
Our urban streams need to accommodate the movement of native fish up and down the length of the stream in order for the species to reproduce and maintain populations.
Solving a real-world problem with an innovative solution.
When: August 1 – Sept 8 2013 (incorporating Australian Engineering Week, National Science Week, UTAS Open Day and National Threatened Species Day)
Further details: email link
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.
Library Refreshment Stations or “kitchenettes” will be installed soon in Launceston Campus and Morris Miller Libraries. These should be ready by the beginning of semester 2. You will be able to make hot drinks in these libraries and take a break from studying! The funding has come from Student Services and Amenities Fees (SSAF) funds this year.
Morris Miller Library is very pleased to be hosting a display of Kate Piekutowski’s artwork. The display will run throughout February.
Kate is an Australian/Polish artist who predominantly works in the print industry. She is currently undertaking Masters of Fine arts in Tasmania which will be completed June 2013.
Through the medium of etching, Kate explores cultural identity within her prints. The works reflect on her disconnection to her Polish heritage and ancestors. Being a first-generation child of migrants, she is intrigued by the concept of belonging.
Kate Piekutowski is an emerging artist who has exhibited in Inka Gallery, Stable Gallery, Entrepot Gallery, Long Gallery, Rebecca Roth Gallery, Goulburn Street Gallery, Preachers and The Henry Jones Hotel. She is also exhibiting with Upraw Gallery in Sydney and PG Gallery and BES62 in Melbourne.
Further information on Kate Piekutowski