New Library Services Platform Drop-in Sessions

With the New Library Services Platform now live, drop in sessions are available for interested staff and students to see the new Library Search portal and ask questions.

There is no need to book – Just drop-in on the time and location specified below:

DateTimeLocationEvent link
24/01/20191pm – 2pmFisher Library –R210
31/01/201912pm-1pmFisher LIbrary –R213
06/02/201910am-11amConservatorium Library
13/02/201911am-12pmHealth Sciences Library
19/02/201910am-11amFisher Library– R210
27/02/201910am-11amFisher LIbrary – R210
05/03/201910am-11amConservatorium Library
12/03/201910am-11amConservatorium Library
21/03/201910am-11amFisher Library – R210
26/03/201910am-11amFisher Library – R210

For more information on the new Library Services Platform click here or to chat live to Library staff click here

2 thoughts on “New Library Services Platform Drop-in Sessions

  1. It would be good if USyd library could liaise with NLA and Trove as currently if I use Trove to search for books/documents, it can tell me that USyd have the book but it’s stopped pointing me to the location of the book in the library.
    It used integrate seamlessly and it was very useful as I could tell often whether I was better off going to the State Library for a book, USyd or requesting the book/document as an interlibrary loan.

    E.g. a search for Le Corbusier’s Towards a New Architecture
    Trove search tells me Sydney library has it
    But when I click ‘at University of Sydney library’ in trove it points to this website
    and I get this blank result

    Also, for the architecture subject guide and international students – consider linking to some of the visual dictionaries of architecture in our collection. Very useful for students where English is a second language.

    1. Hi Daniel,

      Thank you for your feedback. We are aware of the issue and we have contacted Trove to update the link through our Library search Platform.
      We are hoping to have this resolved shortly.

      In regards to your second comment about the architecture subject guide- thank you, this is a great suggestion and we are currently updating the LibGuide to include visual dictionaries of architecture.

      Warm regards,


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