Things to do in the Library during swot vac and exams:
EAT A CHUPA CHUP
COLOUR IN A UNICORN
HUG A SLOTH
….Wait! What? Play Uno? Grab a chupa chup? Hug a sloth?
This exam period we’re helping you study by giving you a place to relax. Come and try your hand at some colouring in, a jigsaw puzzle or […]
Get to know your Library 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 Music […]
Digital capabilities are critical to students’ academic success and the career success of graduates.
Their future work will require them to find, assess and create increasingly complex multimedia digital resources, necessitating the integration of technical competence and critical thinking skills.
The Digital Capabilities @ Adelaide project has developed a flexible framework comprising six elements to support the development […]
The Seventh Festival of Learning and Teaching will be held on Friday 21 July 2017 at The University of Adelaide.
The theme for 2017 is Digital Futures / Digital Capabilities: Design. Create. Transform
This year’s Festival will celebrate and share new digital practices at Adelaide. Library staff will be participating in round table discussions, Pecha Kucha presentations, […]
Congratulations and welcome to all of our new students! For those of you beginning your studies in Semester 2 there are a whole range of Mid Year Orientation activities happening on campus this week.
This is a great time to get to know your library!
Library Tours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday (July 17, 18 & 20):
On Monday […]
It is a truth universally acknowledged that (almost) everyone loves Jane Austen’s novels!
The three coordinators of the upcoming international conference The Immortal Austen are speaking at the next WPDN meeting. Join Amy Matthews, Gillian Dooley and Eric Parisot for a conversation about this upcoming (in July) literary conference.
All staff and students welcome – and please […]
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!
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 […]
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 […]