The Library is located in the Jeffrey Smart Building at City West. Collection strengths include Business, Law, Art and Indigenous studies.
There are service points on levels 2 to 5 opposite the central lifts – pick up the phone and call the number listed on the monitor for Library or IT help. Staff can assist over the phone, by video call or in person.
You can also get help from wherever you are in the Library by phone, email or chat using the Ask the Library Service.
Watch the video on how to get help in the Library.
All items, apart from laptops, can be borrowed at the self-check machines.
There are machines on levels 1-6 opposite the central lifts, and near the southern lift on level 1.
Holds can be collected from the holds shelf on level 2 opposite the lift and borrowed at any self-check machine.
Laptop loans (Lapsafe)
Laptops can be borrowed and returned using the self-service unit on level 2 near the Tech Zone.
There are a variety of spaces in the library for teaching, individual study and group work. See the Study Spaces page for more information.
Collaborative teaching spaces: Levels 2 to 5
Training rooms: JS6-16 and JS6-17
Computer pools: Levels 2 to 6
Project/study rooms: Levels 3 to 6. Contain whiteboards, PCs and large display screens to which you can connect your own devices.
Syndicate rooms: JS2-02, JS4-02 and JS6-02. Contain smartboards.
Silent study zone: JS6-12C
Quiet study zones: Levels 2 to 6
Printers are on levels 2 to 6, opposite the central lifts.
Practice room: JS6-03
Contains recording and playback equipment to allow you to practice presentations.
Tech Zone: JS2-10 (near the top of the central stairs on level)
Try out new technologies including the Leap Motion Controller, Oculus Rift and Xbox One.
The following stationery equipment and supplies are provided for student use:
Constructed in 2012, the Jeffrey Smart Building was named in honour of the great Australian artist Jeffery Smart (1921-2013). Born and educated in Adelaide, Jeffery Smart graduated from the South Australian School of Art and Crafts, which is now part of the University of South Australia’s School of Art, Architecture and Design.
For more information about Jeffery Smart and the building named in his honour visit the Jeffrey Smart Building guide.