Monthly Archives: August 2016
You may notice an increase in librarians wandering around Adelaide over the next few days as the ALIA National 2016 Conference rolls into town. You may have already honed your librarian-spotting skills, but our best suggestion is to look for a person with a bag featuring a literary / book / coffee reference on it (and […]
A maintenance window means that some ProQuest products will be unavailable between 11:30 am and 7:30 pm (Adelaide time) on Sunday August 21. Various ProQuest resources will be affected, including selected research databases (and the ProQuest search platform).
All ProQuest resources should be back and better than ever after the maintenance window is finished.
Great news for all our staff and students who would like to access international theses. The University Libraries now have online access to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses: Global (PQDTGlobal), which is the world’s most comprehensive collection of full-text dissertations and theses.
As the official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress and as the database […]
Get to know your University Libraries this Open Day!
On Open Day you can make a grand entrance into one of the University’s hidden treasures, the Barr Smith Library’s iconic Reading Room, consult a weighty legal tome at the Law Library or take a look at a music score or two (or 120,000) at the Elder […]
We’ll be taking some official library photos in the Barr Smith Library on Wednesday 3rd August.
If you would like to channel your inner supermodel and be immortalised in a future library brochure (or at the very least have the back of your head immortalised in a future library brochure) you will need to be busy studying in […]