Exams are here and we’re helping you study by giving you a place to relax. This semester's Distraction In/Action program is running from Monday 4 November to Friday 22 November. Along with the usual dog visits, free tea and coffee, lollies, earplugs, games/puzzles, and crafts/colouring in, this time around we also have FREE massages!
Congratulations to Kechen Dong and Nicholas Scott, the top prize winners of the Library Client Survey last month! Thanks to all of your submissions we have now received a wealth of feedback that will help to inform new services and spaces throughout the library.
The University Library has teamed up with the Art Gallery of South Australia to highlight Tarnanthi Festival artists and their forerunners. Immerse yourself in some of Australia’s most prestigious and dynamic Australian Indigenous contemporary artists in honour of Tarnanthi Festival 2019. This Festival is an annual celebration showcasing contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at its best and boldest.
Drop in and learn about the library's newly acquired range of Adam Matthew products and find out how they can assist your learning, teaching, or research efforts at the Adam Matthew Database Discovery Day. No bookings required! Simply drop in and have a chat to the Adam Matthew database experts.
Join us on Thursday 31 October for a Friends of the Library event, with author Doug McEachern on his novel Stardust and Golden.
Tell us what you think about the University Library and you'll go into the draw to win one of several great prizes, including a $350 prepaid VISA Load&Go card! Even better, your feedback will help shape the library, so that we can better meet your needs, both now and in the future.
Open Access Week 2019 is held October 21-27. If you have been thinking about making your work open access there has never been a better time to get started. Be one of the first 50 people to upload your author accepted manuscript into Aurora and you’ll receive a celebratory chocolate gift!
At the beginning of September an article in The Conversation reported the new discovery that a sea snake could breathe through the top of its head. It quickly became one of the most popular science and technology articles for 2019, with over 43,000 reads and being translated into Indonesian. Behind the story was an open access scholarly article.
Altmetric Explorer is a tool to help you measure how your research is being used and talked about online, via online news, blogs, Twitter, and more. Come along to this workshop to find out the benefits of Altmetric Explorer and how to use it to your advantage.
This hands-on workshop will step you through the process of creating and finalising a research data management plan. Experts from the library, ITDS research support and Adelaide Enterprise will be on hand to provide advice and assistance.