Monthly Archives: June 2016
We’re open throughout the mid-year break (albeit for not quite as many hours as we usually are!). From 2 July to 24 July the University Libraries opening hours will be as follows:
With exams nearly upon us, the end of year break is fast approaching, and students everywhere are getting ready for a well earned break. So, if you’re heading off interstate or overseas, don’t forget to return your library books first, and have a wonderful holiday.
Loans can be requested at any time, and your loan period may […]
Thomson Reuters have just announced the 2016 update of its Journal Citation Reports (JCR). These reports are the world’s most influential resource for evaluating peer-reviewed publications and the source of annual journal metrics, including the Journal Impact Factor.
With this new release, more than 11,000 journals in 81 counties receive their Journal Impact Factor.
The Journal Citation […]
Please be aware that due to some routine systems maintenance, it is possible that Library Search may experience brief periods of downtime this weekend, between 11:30pm Saturday June 11th and 1:30am Sunday June 12th.
Monday June 13 is the Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday.
Please note that The Barr Smith Library will be open from 10am to 5pm on Monday June 13, however all other University of Adelaide libraries will be closed on that day.
Applications for the 2016 CAUL/ASA Fellowships, offered by the Council of Australian University Libraries (CAUL) and the Australian Society of Authors (ASA), are open until 14 June 2016.
The CAUL/ASA Fellowship provides $10,000 in non-salary funding to support research or creative projects that utilise the rare and valuable materials housed in university library special collections. To apply for […]
The Learning Innovations Studio and the library have teamed up to bring you iPads for eMarking.
University staff who would like to discover the flexibility and benefits of eMarking can now borrow an iPad from the Barr Smith Library for 10 weeks. The iPad comes equipped with a number of apps designed to support eMarking at […]
The University is trialling an exciting, easy-to-use new tool that enables you to store your data and share it securely or publicly, and with greater discoverability.
What is figshare?
figshare is an online digital repository in which researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, software/code, images, videos, posters and presentations. Anyone can create a free account and […]