Monthly Archives: May 2018
Due to ongoing building works and refurbishment, the majority of the University Library’s collection of microfiche and microfilm are now held at the Law Library.
Starting from next week, one of our viewing machines will also be located in the Law Library – creating two locations (incl the current location of the Barr Smith Library) where […]
**EDIT this problem has now been resolved!
We are currently experiencing a problem with the e-Shelf in Library Search. You may be unable to currently save or view your saved items.
A support request has been lodged and we will hopefully have it back up and running within the next 24 hours.
Thank you, as always, for your […]
Are you a researcher or research student? Then you need an ORCiD to distinguish yourself from other researchers!
ORCiD: noun. [awr-kid]
a unique persistent identification code associated with an author and their works.
Drop in and see our friendly library and ITDS staff. We will sign you up for an ORCiD and link your ORCiD to your University identity.
We were given a sneak-peak earlier this week when we got the chance to visit Level One South of the Barr Smith Library. Currently undergoing refurbishment, Level One will soon become a brand new collection and study space! If you’ve been wondering what’s behind those sealed doors, wonder no more:
A new door through to the […]
As part of the level 1 south refurbishment currently taking place in the Barr Smith Library, the study wedge on level 1 will also be closed to access from today.
It will reopen at the end of July 2018 – just in time for semester two!
Once again, we thank you for your patience.
Referencing is integral when studying at the University and we’ve got some tips to help make it a little bit easier!
Don’t forget to record all bibliographic information while you’re still using the resource. There is nothing more annoying than returning a book only to find you forgot to reference that obscure quote from page … […]