Cultural Advice

Aboriginal Peoples are advised the Library Collection contains images, voices and names of deceased people in physical and online resources.

The Library recognises the significance of the traditional cultural knowledges contained within its Collection. The Library acknowledge some materials contain language that may not reflect current attitudes, was published without consent or recognition, or, is offensive. These materials reflect the views of the authors and/or the period in which they were produced and do not represent the views of the Library.

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The University Publications Collection contains published material produced by people and bodies associated with the University and its predecessor institutions. The Collection also includes works published by the University, about its activities or otherwise relating to the University. 

The Collection does not include administrative material and University records subject to collection by the University's Records Management Policy. Teaching material, examination papers and Honours theses are also excluded from the Collection. 

Access and explore the collection

The physical Collection is housed in an Offsite Warehouse. UniSA students and staff are able to borrow items from the Collection for a maximum of four weeks. Please place a request for items via the Library Collection and the item will be sent to your nominated campus. Expected retrieval time is 48 hours.

You can explore the Collection through searching Special Collections.

UniSA Calendars and Handbooks

The Calendars produced by the University and our antecedent institutions are a part of the University Publications Collections that people are interested in. The UniSA Calendars guide enables you to explore the interesting history of UniSA or locate a specific calendar.

Link to the UniSA calendars libguide

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