Monthly Archives: December 2016
Did you miss the Open in Action seminar held in October? Your can now view the slides, listen to the audio and catch up on current trends in open access.
Available now at http://libguides.adelaide.edu.au/ARS/open_in_action_seminar
You’ll learn all about trends in open access and academic publishing as Professor Ginny Barbour, Executive Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group, Professor Kym Anderson, […]
All University of Adelaide libraries will soon be taking a short break, closing at 5pm on Friday December 23rd, and re-opening at 8am on Tuesday January 3rd.
If you have any items out on loan which you no longer require, make sure you return them before the break, especially if you are going away on holidays! […]
On display in the Rare Books & Special Collections foyer until the 31st January is a festive exhibition of Christmas books, cards, recipes, prints and theatre programs. Visit us during Library opening hours to discover some of the earliest records of Christmas!
Did you know that the University Libraries offer a Scanning Service for all staff and students?
Many of our resources are available online, however if you require copies of journal articles and book chapters from our print collections, we can scan and send them to you electronically.
Requesting is easy, and accessible via Library Search. Want to […]
We are currently experiencing an interruption to our Google Scholar link. If you are using Google Scholar off campus, you will need to configure Google Scholar to access University of Adelaide licensed electronic content.
Please click here for the instructions.
A Festival of Medieval Lessons and Carols: with readings by Professor Tom Burton
By popular request, this month you will have two opportunities to experience the beautiful Lumina Vocal Ensemble in two fabulously atmospheric venues, including the Barr Smith Reading Room.
These special performances will feature a selection of rare and wonderful medieval Christmas songs with readings […]