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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 various copyright issues around art. Notable indigenous artists of the… Read More


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. NAIDOC… Read More


Update: if you missed the screening, you can watch or download Paywall from https://paywallthemovie.com/ To mark Open Access Week 2018 the Library will be screening the controversial, hot off the press, documentary PAYWALL on Wednesday 24th October 12:30-13:35. RSVPs are essential – free tickets are available on Eventbrite. Paywall: The Business of Scholarship is a documentary which focuses… Read More


Welcome to all new and continuing students. During O Week and Week 1, UC Library staff are conducting tours of the Library. No need to book. Please come along and meet in the Library foyer. Tour times are:   To return to the Library website please click here.… Read More


The Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new resource, Nexis, to the suite of databases for teaching and research. The LexisNexis News & Business research service, Nexis, contains online news and business information services from around the world, containing over 4 billion searchable documents from over 26,000 premium news and business sources,… Read More


From 31st October until the 18th of November 2016, the Library will have extended opening hours to assist students during the exam period. Monday – Friday 8:30am – 11:00 pm Saturday – Sunday 10:00am-9:00 pm Level B will remain open 24 hours… Read More


Important announcement for University of Canberra RefWorks users The University has replaced our RefWorks subscription with one to EndNote Online and will cease supporting access to RefWorks on the 31st December 2016. What do I need to do? Save your RefWorks database before the cut-off date and import it into another referencing service. You can… Read More