Monthly Archives: June 2015
A significant collection of ancient human DNA has been published through a new world-first open access data repository, as a result of a collaboration between the University Libraries and the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA (ACAD).
The Online Ancient Genome Repository (OAGR) captures a significant collection of DNA data from ancient human skeletons and microbes found […]
Are you interested in the future of our University Libraries? The University is planning now for the evolution of our library services over the next 20 years. Come along to one of a series of workshops held at North Terrace campus during June and July and be a part of this important planning work. All […]
Virtual Reality (VR) is a collection of technologies which provide a sense of immersion in a completely digital space. This effect is achieved via a headset which presents stereoscopic images to the user giving depth to the image. This is supported by additional technologies that track the user’s head and body movements and allow the […]
Friends of the Library – Susan Magarey: Stitching a Story: Towards a history of Women’s Liberation in Australia
The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library invite you to an event with Susan Magarey of Thursday 18 June, 2015 at 6:00 for 6:30pm in the Ira Raymond Exhibition Room, Barr Smith Library, University of Adelaide.
Drawing on chapters in her book, Dangerous ideas: Women’s Liberation, Women’s Studies, Around the World, Susan Magarey will talk […]