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Changes to level 1 at Gardens Point Library

Work begins on consolidating past issues of QUT Library’s print journal collection from Tuesday 27 May 2014. The changes will mean Level 1 Gardens Point Library will be permanently inaccessible to staff and students. To access past journal articles, complete a copy request form and articles will be…

Submitting your assignment at Caboolture Library

Ah, the sweet relief of successfully submitting your assignment! As you are probably aware, Assignment Minder closes 15 minutes before the library at all campuses. What you may not know is that Caboolture Library’s opening hours are significantly different to those of Kelvin Grove and Gardens Point Libraries. During…

QUT celebrates National Reconciliation Week, 2014

In May we commemorate National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week. In recognition of these two important events, Kelvin Grove Library will be screening a curated collection of TEDx talks presented by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander speakers and performers. Everyone is welcome! Bring your lunch and settle into a…

Stay safe on campus

Studying on campus at night? Our QUT Security team has a number of services that make it easier to stay safe. SafeZone at QUT – Download this app for free  and connect with QUT Security for emergency assistance and first aid. The Security team will know where you are. Night Security Bus – Check…

Get a free massage and chill out at QUT Library

Getting stressed as the assessment deadlines stack up? Get on top of it all or just take a break at the Chill Out Zones hosted by QUT Library in collaboration with QUT Counselling Services. Drop by for a one-on-one chat about study and student life and get your questions answered about Centrelink, accommodation,…

It’s time to lawyer up

Courtroom drama has been capturing our attention for hundreds, even thousands, of years. More recently, casual TV watching proves beyond a reasonable doubt that Australia is a land of beautiful young solicitors and rakish barristers. Well, probably not, even though we may sight some likely candidates roaming the courts and law offices of Queensland. To discover the real, non-perjured story of law and justice come to…

Top ten mums in popular culture

A totally subjective list of stand out mothers – from the great to the really, really awful. Let us know your picks in the comments. All about my mother – You can’t go wrong with Almodóvar and strong women (runner-up Volver has some of the toughest mums in cinema). Mother – A Korean mother…

Elephants coming soon to QUT Library!

National Simultaneous Storytime is an annual campaign which encourages the reading and enjoyment of books for young Australians with the simultaneous reading of an Australian children’s book at events across the country. Join QUT Library’s special storytime event, the reading of Too Many Elephants In This House by Ursula Dubosarsky and…