Monthly Archives: May 2012
Cicero’s Case of Self-Consolation
The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library invite you to a lunchtime discovery event with Professor Han Baltussen at 1.05pm on Thursday 21 June, 2012.
In the ancient world, as today, the act of consolation was mostly a face-to-face activity among family and friends. But written forms of consolation also developed: apart […]
Annual Book Sale
9am – 5pm Wednesday June 6 and Thursday June 7
Ira Raymond Exhibition Room (level 3, Barr Smith South).
Lots of subjects covered and all items only $2 each.
No listings, just come along and see for yourselves.
For enquiries, please contact Margaret Hosking on 8313 3706.
Walking and Eating on the Pilgrim Paths of France and Spain
The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library invite you to an author event with Dee Nolan on Thursday 19 July, 2012.
In A Food Lover’s Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, South Australian author Dee Nolan reveals the history and modern day life along the […]
After a successful trial, today we’re announcing easier access to e-resources, with fewer logins required.
By following links from the Library web site, Summon, or the Catalogue:
1. On campus users (including student lab PCs) will not be asked to authenticate (with a few exceptions where required by licence);
2. Remote users with a VPN connection will not be […]
Take 20 minutes out of your lunch break this week to drop in and see Ainsley for a small group/individual session to get some basic Library help:
tips and techniques for getting better results with the Library’s Summon search interface
basic help in searching databases for scholarly information
how to work out what your reading list means and […]
Thomas Caunce, PhD candidate in the School of History and Politics at the University of Adelaide under the supervision of Professor Carol Johnson, is the successful applicant for the 2012 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellow award.
Thomas’s research is concerned with the Australian Labor Party’s social democratic ideology and its relation to Keynesian economics, which […]