Learn how to improve your research impact by establishing a unique researcher profile. The Library is offering the following sessions during Research Week
2nd Sept 10:00 – 12:00 Launceston Library eLab
3rd Sept 10:00 – 12:00 Sandy Bay Morris Miller Library, eLab2
4th Sept 12:00 – 14:00 Cradle Coast Campus B125 Computer Lab
4th Sept 14:30 – 16:00 Hobart MS1 105 Lecture Theatre
Your unique researcher identity:
Allows you to manage name variations and multiple institutional affiliations
Makes it easier for others to discover your work
Simplifies grant submission workflow
The session consists of two parts:
30 – 40 min overview of researcher identity options and benefits
Hands-on, self-paced session: create ReseracherID profile, add publications to it and link to ORCID account
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the session you will be attending.
New chairs for student use have arrived at the Launceston Campus Library. They can be found in the Reserve Room and on level 2 by the large window. More arriving next week. Your Student Services Amenities Fees at work.
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 Library no longer has access to the database MDConsult. The company has discontinued the database and it is not available for purchase. The Library has identified the most used books from the database and purchased copies. A large portion of the journals are available through our other subscriptions and can be accessed via the Library catalogue. Australian Medicines Handbook continues to be available through the catalogue.
Please contact your liaison librarian for further information.
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.
It has been discovered that some of our resources are redirecting to a fake Google Analytics page. To determine how wide-spread this problem is, can you please report to library staff if you are redirected to this fake page? If you could include the journal/database title you’re trying to access, that would be very helpful.