August 2009 Entries
For a short period the Library will have trial access to the Paley Media Seminars Online. This is an exclusive video archive that documents the insights of various media and entertainment insiders as they discuss their respective industries.
Find out which news sites and blogs journalists and politicians are following by visiting Google Reader's Powerreaders site.
People are posting videos on YouTube to draw attention to their cause, to inspire others to participate in campaigns, and to allow people and organisations sharing a cause to make connections.
A journal dedicated to the life and writing of Baron George Gordon Byron (1788-1824) will now be available on Project MUSE.
The Sir George Grey Special Collections at the Auckland City Central Library will be unavailable between October and November of this year due to an upgrade of the Collection's fire protection system.
The University is trialing a commercial digital television service, e-cast, as an alternative to its own satellite television service UniSat. Both services allow students and staff access to a range of national and international television programmes.
Complete the Library's Customer Satisfaction Survey before the 28th of August and go in the draw to win a 120GB Apple iPod Classic.
Library Week 2009 - Escape, Explore, Discover - starts today.
The winners of the new European Union Prize for Literature were announced by Commissioner Ján Figel.
Department of Classics & Ancient History Research Seminar
Prof. Andrzej Niwiński of Warsaw University’s Instytut Archeologii will be presenting the seminar Iconographic repertoire and the development of coffins in the Third Intermediate Period.
Tuesday 11 August 2009 at 4pm, in Clock Tower 029