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LYNDA.com is changing to LinkedIn Learning

Lynda.com is changing to LinkedIn Learning on 23 September.UC currently provides staff and students with access to Lynda.com, a collection of online training content.On the evening of 23 September, for a period of up to 18 hours, Lynda.com for UC will be moving to its new LinkedIn Learning platf...

2019 Great UC Book Swap

The Great UC Book Swap for Indigenous Literacy at the UC Library.4 Sept 2019 – 10.00 am – 3.00pm.Bring your books to swap, buy a book or make a donation. There will be a series of book reading by prominent UC authors between 12.00 – 12.30.Book donations can be left on the troll...

Enrolment help O-week and Week 1

Semester 2 2019 enrolment help will be available at the student computers at the rear of the ground floor of the Library in Orientation Week and Week 1: Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm. ...

New bean bags

We have lots of lovely new bean bag chairs on level D, ready for distribution around the Library. We hope that you enjoy them in Semester 2. ...

New databases: JBI EBP, TRIP Pro

The Library is pleased to make these databases available for Faculty of Health researchers and students:Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database:JBI is one of the world’s leading providers of evidence–based information and tools for providing the best possible patient care. The JBI EBP d...

Screening: Shimmer in the City 11 - July 2019

As part of NAIDOC week, OATSILS and the Library will be showing the 1995 documentary “Shimmer in the City” on the history of contemporary and urban indigenous art. The documentary follows a number of topics including cultural appropriation, showing art outside of Australia, and the v...

NAIDOC Family Day - 7 July 2019

There may be some sound issues in the level B Silent Study area from the NAIDOC Family Day performances and activities between 11am-4pm on Sunday 7th of July.If you can take a take a break from your studies, there will be a range of food stalls and free entertainment available on the Concourse.N...

Update: Elsevier/Science Direct platform

UPDATE: Elsevier/ScienceDirect appears to have fixed the issue with downloading full-text. ...

Thesis collection move

The theses collection is being moved to temporary locations to allow reorganisation and respacing of the collections on level D (top floor). Please ask staff if you need assistance locating a thesis.PhD theses will be located at the end of the Children’s Literature collection, at the front...

Queen's Birthday Honours - Monday 10 June

The Library will be open reduced hours for the Queen’s Birthday public holiday on Monday the 10th of June, 2019: 1pm-5pm.Study Skills and staff Canvas support services will not be available.Level B (the ground floor) will be open 24 hours by swipe-card access. ...