Book Giveaway at Library

Withdrawn library books are being given away on Friday 3 March from 12.15pm – 2.30pm.
Location: – Level 3, Central Library, Puaka James Hight.

Please bring bags with you.

The range of subject areas include:

  • 19th century English Literature
  • French Literature
  • History
  • Biological Sciences
  • Fine Arts.

Books available include donated items not required for the collection and duplicate copies no longer required.

Beware of Keeping Files on Your Desktop

My IT colleagues are telling me they are surprised by the number of staff who are still keeping computer files scattered all over their computer desktop (screen).

Do you still do this? If so, do you wonder why your computer is so slow to start up? That’s why. Keeping files on the computer desktop means that all those files become part of your profile and have to be loaded up every time you start your computer. And look out if you have to log onto another computer in a hurry! (For example, in a lecture room.)

There is a much easier and quicker way to access your most-used files: USE JUMP LISTS.

They are already on your computer’s taskbar staring at you – you’re just not paying attention to them.

Click here to quickly learn how to use a Jump List! You’ll wonder why you ignored them for 5 years!


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Have students who need academic skills support?

A range of academic  skills support is available for students who need help with their studies, such as those who were identified as part of the Academic Progress Review in Semester Two 2016,

Workshops on 9 and 10 March cover:

  • Time management
  • Stress management
  • Understanding your strengths and exploring your options
  • Studying effectively

If you know students who would benefit from these workshops, refer them to any of the support teams on campus:

PeopleSoft Outage: 14 & 15 March

The PeopleSoft Payroll and HR system will be unavailable from 12noon on Tuesday 14 March until 8.30am on Wednesday 15 March due to planned system maintenance.

We encourage staff to complete any urgent PeopleSoft self-service transactions prior to the outage, and apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

If you have any questions about this maintenance, or problems once the system is restored, please contact the IT Service Desk.
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IT Service Desk – your first point of contact for IT Services
Hours: 8am-5pm Mon-Fri
Self Service Portal: https://assist.canterbury.ac.nz/selfservice/
Phone: 03 364 2060 or Extn 6060

Q Canterbury Pride Quiz Night

pride quiz

Q Canterbury is proudly hosting Pride Quiz night on the UC Campus for  students, staff and the wider community.

Teams of 4 – 6 people, must register before the event.
The sign-up form is here.

This is an R18 event as Bentley’s is a licenced bar with drinks and snacks available throughout the night.

Details:
Monday 13 March
Doors Open 6:30pm
Starts 7:00pm
Ends 9-9:30pm
$20 per team, cash or eftpos at the door.

Aunty Pipi will be your Quiz Mistress so this will be a fun and fabulous, if not a very interesting night!

Anything else you need to know?
For more info email: qcanterbury@outlook.com