Monthly Archives: December 2014
The Folio Society: Where it’s ok to judge a book by its cover
This exhibition brings together 18 of the finest Folio Society publications, generously donated to the Barr Smith Library in 2014.The Folio Society was founded in London in 1947. It was the brainchild of book-lover and collector, Charles Ede, whose desire to combine the […]
The Law Library is currently closed and the collection is unavailable due to building work.
Items can be returned to the Barr Smith Library return chutes.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
The Barr Smith, Roseworthy and Waite Libraries will close at 5pm on Christmas Eve, 24 December. All libraries will reopen on Monday 5 January for standard summer hours.
Best wishes to everyone for a happy and safe holiday period.
The new web site for the Library is now live. The new design is simpler, with fewer sections and more direct access to the things you need. And it uses the same template as the rest of the University, so has all the features you’ll be familiar with from using other University web pages.
Please leave a […]
We invite you to complete a short University Libraries survey on your research training needs https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7GSRXZT.
The University Libraries are considering piloting a new researcher training program in 2015 . We are interested to learn about your training needs in relation to understanding the impact of research outputs and understanding your research outreach and profile. Your […]
Resource guides have been migrated to LibGuides v2.
Check out the new look and feel, including a new A-Z list of databases.
We live in a world surrounded by technology, but only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science. Coding is becoming an increasingly important skill in research and many research disciplines today involve some form of computation. But, how do you learn to code?
Bring along your lunch and your laptop or tablet and explore […]
The University Libraries and Technology Services are teaming up to bring you eResearch Monthly… And this month we’re looking at GoPros and iPhones for video in research.
Amy Watson from the School of Mechanical Engineering will be sharing her tips on using GoPro cameras to film sea snake movements. Amy will share the lessons she has […]