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Asian studies materials in temporary home

Japanese magazines are among the ASRC resources in a new home.

At the Sir Louis Matheson Library, the Asian Studies Research Collection (ASRC) materials have been moved temporarily to the Matheson store area, where most of it is on open access. The Matheson store is on the Lower Ground floor and is reached via the stairs . . . → Read More: Asian studies materials in temporary home

Matheson stage 1 construction kicks off

Work will commence this week in Building 67 (Information Services Building). The building is now a shared zone and stairs, lifts and corridors will be used by staff and the builder and subcontractors.

A section of Level 1 of the building will be barricaded off. The toilets on this level will no longer be available to use. Alternative . . . → Read More: Matheson stage 1 construction kicks off

Music collection moved at Matheson

The Music and Multimedia area and collection at the Matheson Library has temporarily closed due to the Library refurbishment.

The music scores, open access vinyl , CDs and DVD’ are being moved to Level 2 near the journals in Building 4.  The microfilm collection is being divided into two areas. The most used microfilms are being moved to ground . . . → Read More: Music collection moved at Matheson

Temporary collection moves

 Over the next few weeks some collections will be moving and various areas will be closed in preparation for the refurbishment work at Matheson Library.

. . . → Read More: Temporary collection moves

Transforming Matheson: More than meets the eye

An internal street will make finding your way in the library easier.

While you have been busy studying, the Library has been planning, designing and working with different groups of people. We are always working on programs, activities and resources anyway but this one in particular is a major project that you would love to read . . . → Read More: Transforming Matheson: More than meets the eye