Monthly Archives: October 2016
And by that we mean the ID, not the flower. Although if you have orchids as well then all of us here at the library are very impressed!
While perhaps not as beautiful as the flower, an ORCiD is a very useful thing to have. If you haven’t come across an ORCiD before, it is a persistent digital […]
Have you ever thought about applying for the Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship? Now is the time!
Applications will soon be opening, and so the The Barr Smith Library is pleased to invite applications for the 2017 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship.
The Fellowship has been established by the Cowan Grant to provide financial assistance […]
The University is looking to understand more about how you live your digital life. How do you connect with others? What are the digital skills that employers want to see?
We want to hear from you so come hang out and share your thoughts!
You even get a $50 Coles Myer voucher for an hour of your […]
Curious about ORCiD?
Find out everything you need to know at our upcoming ORCiD event!
Your ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is the persistent digital identifier which distinguishes you from every other researcher. It is particularly useful if you have a common name. You can use your ORCiD to make your body of work accessible by others […]
Unfortunately due to a family emergency, tonight’s author event with John Hill has been cancelled. Apologies to all who were looking forward to this Friends of the Library event.
Is Open Access the future of academic publishing? How can universities, researchers and students get the most out of it? What are the challenges lying ahead?
Join us and our panel as we explore these questions in this free three-university event.
This event will feature a keynote by Professor Ginny Barbour, Executive Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG), followed by case […]
Monday October 3 is the Labour Day public holiday in South Australia. All University of Adelaide libraries will be closed for the day, but don’t forget that you can access all of our electronic resources from home 24 hrs a day, every day of the year!