Monthly Archives: October 2014
Adelaide in 1914
This exhibition presents a snapshot of life at the University and in Adelaide in the year that World War I was declared.
The University was a much smaller place, both in acreage and the number of students, faculties and degrees offered.
Adelaide was emerging from the Victorian era into a world of technological innovation and […]
Meg Hale: An Amazing Bunch of Women
The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library invite you to an event with Meg Hale on Thursday 13 November, 2014, at 6.00 for 6.30pm in the Ira Raymond Exhibition Room, Barr Smith Library, University of Adelaide.
In 1988, as a result of the ARMS movement, South Australia became the […]
The University Libraries and Technology Services are partnering together to bring you ‘eResearch Monthly’. Each month we will feature a different tool or technology in a 15 minute ‘show and tell’, followed by networking.
You will get a chance to hear from people using different technologies in their research, and an opportunity to network with other […]
We’ve made a change to the menu on the Library Home page, which we think will make life simpler for you.
We now have just four groups of pages, as shown here, comprising:
Libraries & Collections
— all the separate libraries, and Rare Books & Special Collections
Using the Library
— everything you need to know about our services, from […]
The Barr Smith Library invites applications for the 2015 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship. The Fellowship has been established by the Cowan Grant to provide financial assistance towards study for postgraduate degrees by research, using the collections of the Barr Smith Library.
Applications open 1st October 2014 and close on the 10th December 2014.
Further information […]