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Monday, March 02, 2015

Electronic Resources via Emerald Insight unavailable for up to 12 hours from 8pm Monday 2nd March

We have a small number of Electronic Resources that come from the publisher, Emerald.
They are doing systems maintenance from 8pm today (Monday 2nd March).
During this maintenance window, some functionality on Emerald Insight will be unavailable for up to 12 hours (e.g. search).

Currently some of the Emerald Insight article links are not working (people are getting "page not found" errors). This appears to be part of Emerald's preparation for maintenance and it should be resolved within the next 24 hours.

Image of the Week: 2nd March - 8th March

Although the weather is still feeling very summery, this is officially the first week of autumn. This leafy scene looks perfect for that annual autumn activity of piling up the crunchy leaves and stomping through them. Go on, you know you want to relive your childhood and make a bigger, crunchier pile than ever before!

Avon in Autumn

Image Credit: MB 1051, Charles Chilton photographs, Reference code 16906, Stretch of Avon River, Christchurch in autumn – St. Michael’s Church belltower, left, date unknown, photographer Charles Chilton, Macmillan Brown Library, University of Canterbury.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Haere mai, tauiti mai. Welcome all new and returning students.

#GetSmart - Orientation 2015
Find out what the Library is doing for Orientation 2015, win prizes, and get your year off to a flying start with the Library.
Have a look at our #GetSmart Orientation 2015 webpage for details about:
- competitions we're running,
- Library tours,
- displays & exhibitions
... and other ways you can get started with the Library in 2015.

Library staff are here to help, so please don't hesitate to contact us.

We wish you all a happy and successful year!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Please don't leave your personal belongings unattended in the Library

in particular laptops, cellphones, wallets and backpacks. Unattended belongings attract thieves, and while many believe the risk to be small, it is real and such a loss can be devastating. Even for short trips to the copier, printer, or toilets, take them with you or have a friend sitting next to you watch them while you're gone. The library is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings.