The Morris Miller and Launceston libraries will be open as study spaces from 7am-7pm over the full Easter break (2-6 April).
|Morris Miller Library||7:30am - 10pm*||7:30am - 10pm*||7:30am - 10pm*||7:30am - 10pm*||7:30am - 10pm*||10am - 5pm|
|Launceston||8am - 10pm*||8am - 10pm*||8am - 10pm*||8am - 10pm*||8am - 10pm*||10am - 5pm|
|Carington Smith||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5.30pm||8:45am - 5.30pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm|
|Clinical||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 6pm||8:45am - 6pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm|
|Cradle Coast||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm|
|Law||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 6pm||8:45am - 6pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm|
|Rozelle||9am - 5pm||9am - 5pm||9am - 5pm||9am - 5pm|
*Morris Miller and Launceston Libraries -
Current opening hours can be found on the 'Library Opening Hours & COVID Information' tab
Updated 17 March 2021
As of 4th Jan 2021, there is a change to the location of some of the UConnect and Library services. The following Library service points will provide Library dedicated services such as providing expertise on how to access and use information resources in print and online.
All UConnect face to face services such as production of ID card, student lifecycle and library related enquiries will be available at the following service points. Please note that the standard opening hours are Monday to Friday 8:45am to 5pm, unless specified otherwise in parenthesis.
UConnect can also be contacted online, over the phone or via mail:
To keep up to date with Library opening hours and services visit: https://utas.libguides.com/LibNews
Or contact the Library here: https://www.utas.edu.au/library/contact-us
The Library has a number of group study rooms for booking by students in all of our libraries. Maximum occupancy numbers are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions. Numbers must be strictly adhered to.
Bookings can be made here: https://utas.libcal.com/
Updated:7 December 2020
Take a look at the new way to access your Reading Lists
In 2021 all reading lists will be available on our new platform. Search for your course code, course name or lecturer in the search box to see if your unit has been set up. We'll be adding new lists constantly, so if yours isn't there now, check back closer to the start of semester.
You can learn more about the system here
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 can supply UTAS students with textbooks and other content related to their university studies. Booktopia does not have a physical presence on Sandy Bay or Newnham campuses. All ordering is online.
Updated: 22 January 2021
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/