We’re looking at ways we can improve our services and we need your help.
We’ve developed a short (5-8 minute) survey to provide us (the University of Canterbury Library) with information about how our users interact with the Library’s staff and resources.
The objectives of the survey is to further understand how we can offer timely, appropriate support and effective information at the point of need and to provide users with the opportunity to communicate openly and honestly with the Library.
The survey will be available from 9 September – 6 October.
The competition is open to UC Students and subscription borrowers.
UC Library | Ngā Puna Mātauraka
Phone: +64 3 369 4888
Contact Officers and Approval Authorities can access a number of resources to assist them through the policy development and review process. These are available through UCPL webpages, templates and exemplars.
Have a read of the Metapolicy. This has information on the structures around policy at UC.
Want to know what policies are coming up for review and how to provide feedback on a UCPL policy document ? Check out the documents due for review to see what you can provide feedback on!
Then, get in contact with the contact officer, the contact officer details page on the UC website identifies who is which role for you!
The Director of Learning Resource has agreed for the Library to offer staff (fixed term or continuing) and doctoral students an opportunity to own a copy of these titles.
The titles have become available because the Library holds duplicates, or because they are no longer required for Research and Teaching at UC.
For a chance to own one or more of theses titles, please add your name and contact details to the PDF, tick the titles you would like to own, and then scan and email the information to: email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can send a paper copy through internal mail addressed to:|
Library Access and Collections (LAC)
Puaka James Hight, rm 519
All requests must be received by Monday 18 June.
From Friday 8 June and from Monday – Friday thereafter (9am-5pm), the titles will be available for viewing in the Library Access and Collections workroom (rm 519) in Puaka James Hight.
A draw will be completed by Wednesday 20 June, with all successful applicants then contacted by phone or mail.
Please note that most titles will have library markings, cancel stamps and are well worn.
See the list of books here.
UC has experienced an especially busy time with international enrolments on campus and it has been decided to extend hours over the next few days.
Please pass this information on to any concerned international students and assure them they will not be penalised with an extra administration fee.
Friday 16 February, 9am – 5pm
Saturday 17 February, 10am – 1pm
Monday 19 February, 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 20 February, 9am – 5pm
Where: Central Library Puaka-James Hight building