Library response to COVID-19
Effective Monday 18 May, the Barr Smith Library will be open to staff, students, community and alumni members. Roseworthy and Waite libraries remain open to UoA staff and students. Further information regarding re-commencement and changes to library services is available and updated regularly.
The library has a wide range of online services available to support your studies and research:
- Consult the new Open Educational Resources guide, available 24/7
- Find online articles and ebooks using Library Search, available 24/7
- Chat online with Ask Library every weekday between 9am – 5pm
- Consult a general or subject specific How Do I guide for assignment help, available 24/7
- If you’re a researcher, academic, or research student – Liaison Librarians provide online support via one-on-one zoom meetings or email every weekday between 9am-5pm
- Access our wide range of online resources and online collections, available 24/7
- Learn how to find information specific to your program by enrolling in one of our Library Essentials courses, available 24/7
Curious about anything else? Please contact Ask Library to talk to our friendly staff.
News & events
This week we commemorate the anniversary of National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2020.Read more about National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2020
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free online materials which can be used in teaching with no cost to staff, students, or the University! This makes them perfect for online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have developed a new guide to help you find OERs.Read more about New Open Educational Resources guide
Registration is now open for the 2020 Visualise Your Thesis competition. The winner of the University of Adelaide Visualise Your Thesis competition receives a prize of $1000 and is given the opportunity to compete in the International online showcase hosted by The University of Melbourne in the later part of the year.Read more about Register today for the 2020 Visualise Your Thesis competition