Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Resources for Secondary Schools: Home

A guide for teachers and students

Welcome to UTAS Library

UTAS Library offers a range of services and resources for school students, teachers, teacher librarians and other community members.

School staff and students are welcome to use the library as a study space, use the print resources in the library, and access some of our online resources via catalogue computers. Due to licensing agreements, off-campus access to online databases and ebooks is restricted to UTAS students and staff.

Members of the community may join the library. School staff and students 18 years and over should choose the General Public category on the application form, whereas students under the age of 18 should select the School Student category, which includes a link to the consent form for a Parent/Guardian/Responsible adult. The consent form should be printed, completed, scanned and then uploaded as an attachment to the application form. The application form is completed and submitted online.

Joining the library is free and enables you to:

We also have a range of subject and general library guides to help with assignments.

The Library offers a seasonal workshop program for secondary school students, as well as customised tours and information literacy workshops.

Please contact us to see how we can enhance student learning and smooth the transition to further study.

When are we open?

Our opening hours vary. Click on each campus to learn more.

 

Where are we?

We have libraries in Sandy Bay, Hobart, Newnham, Inveresk and Burnie (Cradle Coast). Read more about our libraries and how to find us.

Contact us

Have a question? Like to know more? Please contact us.

Visiting the Library

When visiting the Library:

  • masks are recommended but are not compulsory
  • practise good hand hygiene - hand sanitiser and wipes are available
  • maintain 1.5 metre physical distancing where possible