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Community Legends & the COVID-19 crisis

Community Legends

Community Legends is a new awards program that seeks to champion the small things that have made a difference during COVID-19. Submissions are now open!

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Extended opening hours

Studying in the library

Starting Monday 15 June, and continuing for remainder of the Swot Vac/Exams period, the Barr Smith Library will have extended opening hours.

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Get your research out there

Win $1000

The Visualise Your Thesis competition is now open for submissions until Sunday 26 July. We hope you’re feeling inspired and ready to start creating - first prize is $1000!

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Mabo Day, June 3

Eddie Mabo

Mabo Day is when we remember Eddie Koiki Mabo, and is an historical and important day for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.

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National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2020

National Reconciliation Week - in this together

This week we commemorate the anniversary of National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2020.

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FIXED - Web of Science

*UPDATE* This problem has now been resolved.

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New Open Educational Resources guide

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free online materials which can be used in teaching with no cost to staff, students, or the University! This makes them perfect for online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have developed a new guide to help you find OERs.

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Register today for the 2020 Visualise Your Thesis competition

Win $1000

Registration is now open for the 2020 Visualise Your Thesis competition. The winner of the University of Adelaide Visualise Your Thesis competition receives a prize of $1000 and is given the opportunity to compete in the International online showcase hosted by The University of Melbourne in the later part of the year.

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Library Essentials courses now online

student studying library essentials on a laptop

Our online Library Essentials courses are now live! Tailored to your faculty, each course teaches you to find information and evaluate what's useful (and what isn't!) for your assignments. Self-pace your learning experience to your individual requirements, while learning valuable information literacy skills via interactive modules.

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Library response to COVID-19

The University Library has adopted the practice of social distancing as recommended by the Australian Government to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Information regarding service changes and library support for students and staff is available here

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