Remember to bring your student/staff ID card if you wish to borrow items from the Library. If you don’t have ID we will are unable to issue the item to you. Your ID card also allows you to print, copy & scan and gives you access to the Library commons after hours. If you have lost… Read More

Due to heavy demand the Library has introduced some changes to its Document Certification Service, (certifying photocopies as true copies of original documents). The revised service is offered from 11am to 2pm each weekday and a maximum of 20 copies per client per day can be certified. The service is available to UC staff, students, and… Read More

Library hours will change from the beginning of Semester 1 2016.  The new hours from February 15 2016 are: Mon-Thurs 8.30am – 6.45pm Friday 8.30am – 6pm Sat – Sun 1pm – 5pm The Library commons, which includes all of Level B of the Library, is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.… Read More

Congratulations to Jackie French, an Australian author whose abundant body of work includes Children’s books, Historical Novels, Gardening books and much more, on winning the 2014 N.S.W. Senior Australian of the Year. Jackie is the Australian National Children’s Laureate for 2014 and 2015 and is a passionate advocate of help for children with learning difficulties as well as the… Read More

The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) provides access to over 10,000 Open Access Journals. Designed to give easy access to high quality open access Research, the DOAJ insists all journals listed use peer review or exercise editorial quality control. Sponsored by respected publishers such as Springer, Wiley, and Taylor & Francis, the DOAJ can… Read More

Open Educational Resources (OER)The UC Library’s Libguides provides information on Open Educational Resources.This Libguide provides useful information on:  – OER for Educators – OER for Learners – contact details. For more information, refer to this URL:… Read More

Ever wondered what happened to the flying saucer that used to be located outside building 10? Well its back and can be found in the courtyard of building 5. The saucer will be used as a unique place to hold tutorials and meetings. Sounds like fun! For more information click the link below.  … Read More

Are you a Researcher?   Would you like to boost your citation count? Have you considered publishing in an Open Access journal? Open Access journals use the same method of peer review as traditional journals, however they make your research more readably available to a wider audience of people.   Getting your research out there makes… Read More

Last Thursday saw the Library celebrating the opening of the new improved Library Commons. The whole of level B is now open to students and staff for 24 hours a day every day. This means that food and drink can now be consumed on the whole of Level B but we would still appreciate your… Read More