Friday, May 22, 2009

Library SMS competition

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Libraries - your passport to discovery

To celebrate Library & Information Week, 25 - 30 May, the Library invites you to enter a competition using our SMS service.

Renowned journalist Ryszard Kapuscinki travelled all over the globe, reporting from most of the hot spots where conflict has raged during the last 50 years. His constant companion - a copy of the Greek historian Herodotus' Histories.

If you had to choose one book to accompany you on your travels, what book would that be?

SMS the Library - 0428 767 728 (that's 0428 SMS SCU)
and tell us your choice, include your name, and you'll be in the draw to win a great prize.

Entries Close: 28 May 2009

Winners Announced: 29 May 2009

Note: All the books will be listed on the web site, and the winners' names and choices will be identified.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

EFTPOS for Printing and Copying

The Library has a new EFTPOS terminal for printing and copying.

Use the touch screen to add value to your ID card. Funds are transferred directly from your debit card to your student ID card. The minimum amount you can transfer is $5.

Unfortunately, you cannot get cash out.

The EFTPOS terminal is easy to spot, beside the autoloader, which can be used if you have cash.

Friday, May 8, 2009

New Titles for April





These are just some of the new books received in April. See the full list here.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Recommended Sites Now Delicious

To make finding information on the web easier for you, the Library maintains several delicious sites covering all areas of study undertaken on campus.

See SCU delicious, TAFE delicious, Senior College delicious

Link to these sites from the CHEC Library icon on the desktop of the computers on campus.

You can start your own delicious bookmark list, if you sign in to delicious and set up an account, which is free and simple to do. Very handy when you want your bookmarks wherever you are.

Or if you're working on a group project, it's easy to save resources to share with others

Try this Youtube demo of delicious to see how easy the process is and how useful this tool is - "Social Bookmarking in Plain English"