As of 13 July the following libraries will reopen
These libraries are currently open with strict occupancy limits
Please note the following:
Library and UConnect staff thank you for your patience, as a staged return to campus and the reopening of our libraries is made. Your safety is the number one priority and use of the Library will be within COVID-19 guidelines.
Morris Miller Library
Carington Smith Library (Hunter Street) - from 13 July
Law Library - from 13 July
Cradle Coast Library
Updated: 3 July 2020
The Library is excited to announce the signing of a contract with British company Talis, to implement Talis Aspire as our new reading list platform. Talis Aspire has been implemented in several countries around the world including Australia and NZ, where it is the reading list system of choice for Monash, LaTrobe, Deakin and Murdoch Universities, amongst others.
Talis Aspire will deliver:
A pilot is being planned for Semester 2, with full implementation in 2021.
The final implementation project team, which will include academic and student representation, is currently being finalised, with Wendy Hoyle (Associate Director, Library), the Project Lead and Debra Wilson (Senior Librarian, Acquisitions and Access), the Project Manager.
Posted: 4 May 2020
While direct access to our print books and journals is limited to libraries that are open, you can still request scanned copies of book chapters / extracts and journal articles held in our print collections to be emailed to you. Note that access is limited to some libraries only and we may be unable to fulfill all requests. The online request form is available at: utas.edu.au/library/forms/request-a-scanned-copy-form. Please ensure, that you select Scan and Attach to email as your delivery option.
Posted: 24 April 2020
The University offers a range of online support academic and language skills development of students.
All day, seven days a week, you can seek online help with writing or study skills and with specialised subjects including:
Mathematics, Physics/Chemistry/Biology Accounting, Statistics, Micro/Macroeconomics and more.
From within your MyLO units, access the 24/7 help from the right hand side of the screen -
Follow the prompts, once you're into Studiosity:
Booktopia will be supplying UTAS students with textbooks and other content related to their university studies. Booktopia will not have a physical presence on Sandy Bay or Newnham campuses. All ordering will be online.
Posted: 24 March 2020
Libraries Tasmania, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) and the University of Tasmania’s Institute for Social Change, Tasmania Project are collaborating to promote and collect COVID-19 stories and experiences. You can participate in helping us create this collection at:
Libraries Tasmania at: https://libraries.tas.gov.au/features/Pages/covid-19-stories.aspx
University of Tasmania at: The Tasmania Project to give you a voice and to gather important information during and beyond the pandemic
Collecting history as it happens – COVID-19 Stories campaigns across Australia: https://archivesandheritageblog.libraries.tas.gov.au/collecting-history-as-it-happens-covid-19-stories-campaigns-across-australia/