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Library amnesty

 

We know you have had a tough year, and recognise that fines may add to your stress, so we are removing them now and into the future so you can breathe a little easier.

From 19 October you will no longer accumulate fines for overdue loans, only a $130 replacement cost on Library items which are lost or damaged.

If you have any outstanding overdue Library items, please return them to your nearest Library and we will remove all associated fines. We will also remove outstanding fines on Library items you have previously returned late. 

You can find our more information here about overdue and lost library loans.

 

 

 16 October 2020

Group Study Rooms now available in all our Libraries

 

The Library has reopened a number of group study rooms for booking by students in all of our libraries.  Maximum occupancy numbers indicated must be strictly adhered to. 

Bookings can be made here: https://utas.libcal.com/

Updated:4 September 2020

 

Library Opening Hours

 

Libraries are currently open with strict occupancy limits

  • Morris Miller Library - Monday to Friday, 8:45 am – 5:00 pm
  • Launceston Library - Monday to Friday, 8:45 am – 5:00 pm
  • Clinical Library -  Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Cradle Coast Campus - Monday to Friday, 8:45 am - 5:00 pm
  • Carington Smith Library - Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Rozelle Library - Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Law Library - Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Please note the following:

  • You are required to maintain the recommended 1.5m physical distance.
  • Occupancy maximum must be adhered to.  These may change at short notice.
  • You must complete the COVID-Safe return to campus module in MyLO
  • Make sure you have had your temperature checked before entering the Library
  • The collections are accessible and books can be borrowed from the open libraries (see FAQs for options to obtain books from the closed libraries)
  • The Library is providing hand sanitiser, cleaning wipes and carrying out additional cleaning
  • If you are feeling unwell please do not come to the Library
  • All Library and UConnect services are available online at: https://www.utas.edu.au/alerts/coronavirus-update/students

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

  • Opening hours are 8:45am – 5pm, Monday to Friday
  • Access is via swipe card
  • Maximum occupancy of 250 people at any one time
  • eLab2 is open for PC use
  • Temperature checks will be undertaken at the entrance to Morris Miller Library

Carington Smith Library (Hunter Street)

  • Opening hours are Tuesday to Friday from 9am – 4pm
  • Access is via swipe card at the After Hour Entry
  • Maximum occupancy limits must be adhered to
  • Entry is via swipe access at the after hours door in Hunter Street. On entering the building proceed immediately to the automatic temperature station in the foyer
  • Art & Music (CAM) students only

Clinical Library

  • Opening hours are Monday to Thursday from 9am – 5pm
  • Maximum occupancy of 39 people at any one time
  • Temperature checks are being conducted in the  library or elsewhere as directed

Law Library

  • Opening hours are Monday to Thursday 9am – 5pm
  • Maximum occupancy 90 people at any one time
  • Temperature checks can be undertaken at Stanley Burbury or Morris Miller Library

Launceston Library

  • Opening hours are 8:45am – 5pm, Monday to Friday
  • Access is via swipe card
  • Maximum occupancy of 250 people at any one time
  • eLabs 1 & 2 are open for PC use
  • Temperature checks must be undertaken at the Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre before entering the Library

Cradle Coast Library

  • Opening hours are 8:45am - 5pm, Monday to Friday
  • Maximum occupancy of 23 people at any one time
  • Temperature checks must be undertaken at the screening station located at the Student Services counter in Building D

 

Rozelle Library

 

  • Opening hours are 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday
  • Maximum occupancy of 2 people at any one time
  • Temperature checks must be undertaken in Building 103 and all students, staff and visitors are required to attend there first before entering the campus and using the library

 

Updated: 9 November 2020

 


New Reading List system pilot

Take a look at the new way to access your Reading Lists

All units with reading lists for Spring and Summer schools will be available on our new reading list platform. Search for your course code, course name or lecturer in the search box to see if your unit has been set up. In 2021 all reading lists will be available on the new platform.

You can learn more about the system here

24/7 Study Help

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 - 

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Follow the prompts, once you're into Studiosity:

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Textbooks

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

 

Collecting Tasmanian COVID-19 stories

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

TMAG at: https://www.tmag.tas.gov.au/whats_on/newsselect/2020articles/covid-19_stories_project

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/