Monthly Archives: April 2018
**EDIT: this issue has now been resolved!
We’re currently experiencing problems with Library Search not connecting. Ex Libris support are investigating this as a matter of urgency and we hope to have it up and running asap.
Thank you for your patience.
With this trial the Library has opened up two additional access points to content on IBISWorld.
IBISWorld’s Company Reports analyze the 2000 largest Australian and New Zealand companies; listed & non-listed public, private, foreign owned, trusts & government businesses. Each profile contains directors, key personnel, balance sheet and P&L data, ownership structure as well as the […]
Graduations are almost upon us. Beginning April 30 until May 11, North Terrace campus will be full of new graduates in their ceremonial garb and, as always, our Reading Room will be a popular spot for photographs!
If you’re studying in the area, please be aware that there may be disruptions and noise as people make […]
All University Libraries will be closed for ANZAC Day on Wednesday the 25th of April.
Barr Smith Library*
Rare Books and Special Collections
Elder Music Library
All normal hours and services will resume on the 26th of April.
*Please note that the level 3 of the Barr Smith Library is a 24 hour area and can be […]
**LATEST UPDATE 26/4/18 The linking configuration for Ebscohost databases (ie. Academic Search Complete, CINAHL and all of the others) has been updated this afternoon and initial testing seems to suggest that users should now see the usual list of options as before when clicking on “Check fulltext options”. Other databases are still likely to be problematic […]
Researchers often agree to publisher contracts without being aware of what rights they are giving away. This session will explore what rights researchers have as creators of copyright material and encourage them to keep these.
The session will cover:
Interpreting publisher contracts and policies
Strategies for keeping rights
The principles behind open licencing
It is presented by the University […]
We are currently experiencing errors with our system when trying to access MyLibrary, view details for items on Library Search, and connect to electronic resources. This is being investigated as a matter of urgency and will hopefully be resolved soon.
Thank you for your patience.
Want to learn the top tips from a librarian about how to use Library Search, Google, and Google Scholar?
Let the library help you with:
Knowing where to find what
Learning helpful features that will save you time
Learning to experiment to find what you’re looking for
Where: Hub West Workshop on level 3
When: Tues 17 April at 12pm or […]
The study wedge on level 1 north of the Barr Smith Library will be closed from Tuesday 10 April to Friday 13 April.
Thank you for your patience and we apologise for any inconvenience caused!
“Mendeley and Zotero: which is the right free reference management tool for you?” is a lecture exploring the use of these two well-known, free online referencing systems that can be used on your computer desktop or the web.
It is presented by the University Library as part of our Researcher Training Series.
When: Thursday 12 April, 11.00am-12.00pm,