Library News & Events Archive

News and Events from the last three months.

  • Monday 18th February – 2.15pm
  • Tuesday 19th February – 11am and 2.15pm
  • Wednesday 20th February – 11am
  • Thursday 21st February – 11am and 2.15pm
  • Friday 22nd February – 11am and 2.15pm

Tours usually take about 30 minutes. No bookings required. Meet by the sign at the entrance of Level 2.

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Get the new semester started on the best way possible and join us for a Library tour or tutorial!

Library Search will be briefly down this Sunday evening for planned maintenance.

Using APA referencing for that next assignment? We’ve got heaps of guides and advice online!

Ebook Central, Ancestry and Proquest databases will be down for eight hours from this Sunday 4pm.

We are trialling the UNWTO eLibrary. For more information please click here.

Every so often we like to draw attention to one of our awesome digital collections. Our current pick is the Māori Postcards ca.1890-1940 collection which contains images of commercially released postcards that show aspects of the life and activities of Māori.

The database formerly known as APA Style Central, now goes by Academic Writer. But it is still the only authoritative and complete online environment for teaching, writing, and publishing in APA Style.

Like to study late at night? Need after-hours access to the Level 2 computer area? Then we've got you covered!

You're back and don't know where to start right? Perhaps check out the Library hours for Summer School 1, come hang out at the Library and ease your way back into uni life.

In EndNote X9 you may notice journal names are being imported into author/title fields. For instructions on how to fix, see Fix journal titles imported into author/title fields.

Changes to Library hours are as follows:

See Library Hours for full details.

The new Interlibrary Loan system is now Live! This will replace My Interloan will allow you to place and track interlibrary loan requests. The main difference is in how you search for items which can now be located and requested through Library Search. See Guide to Interlibrary Loan and Guide to Library Search for details.

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