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ResBaz registrations are now open!

Registration is now open for ResBaz Queensland 2021, a three-day festival of digital literacy and professional development. Featuring workshops, talks, panel discussions, and networking and social events, ResBaz Queensland will be held *in person* at the University of Queensland on Wednesday 24, November to Friday, 26 November.  There will…

Open Access Week 2021 – It matters how we open knowledge: Building structural equity, October 25-31

It’s that time of year again where we celebrate, promote and educate on Open Access.   This year’s theme, It matters how we open knowledge: Building structural equity, aligns with the UNESCO Recommendations on Open Science. It’s a call to action for governments, producers and consumers of knowledge to ensure that there is equity, “…fair and reciprocal…

Authorship, Peer Review and Publication training

QUT Library’s Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) and the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity (OREI) are once again offering training sessions for Higher Degree Research (HDR) students and Early Career Researchers on Authorship, Peer Review and Publication.  Session 1: Wednesday 20 October 2021 – 11:00am – 12.30pm        …

Get ready for ResBaz Queensland – 24-26 November

ResBaz is back! In 2021, ResBaz will be held from 24–26 November at The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus, with a satellite event at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus on 26 November. Live streaming of events and workshops will happen wherever practical and possible. Research Bazaar…

International Cat Day 2021

It’s time to celebrate the furry feline family members who support some of our fabulous library staff. Lola comes from England and you would think she’d be used to the colder weather but her favourite places to sleep in winter are under the blanket during work hours and…

Welcome to Semester Two from QUT Library

Welcome to our new students joining us for the first time and welcome back to our returning students. QUT Libraries (Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove and Law) are safe and inclusive spaces where everyone is welcome. There are different types of study spaces available in each library; silent, group,…

Black History Month

2008 was the first year that Brisbane City Council launched Black History Month after consultation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, who were in strong support for a cultural program that highlights their heritage, culture, achievements and contributions. “The communities suggested a range of activities for…