It’s the season of new relationships with hard-bound books, soon-to-be-forgotten bonds with notes and the flourishing student-stationery ties. Yes, exams are (unfortunately) just round the corner.
Knowing just this, KSU is once again collaborating with the University of Malta Library to bring you another session of Extended Library Monday from 5th January 2015 till Friday 30th January 2015!
As with the previous years, both the Main Campus and the Health Sciences Library will be open till late during this period.
Extended Library Hours 2015
The opening hours for both libraries will be as follows:
Main Campus* and Health Sciences Libraries
Monday to Friday: 8:30 – 23:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 16:45
*Please note that at the Main Campus Library:
– Study Halls on Level 2 & 3 will be open during Extended Hours.
– The Reference Department will be open from 8:30 – 20:00 during weekdays.
– The Circulation Desk, Melitensia, Periodicals, Reference and Short Loans Departments will be closed during the extended hours (i.e. outside of normal hours).
KSU thanks the UoM Library administration for their consistent cooperation and urges students using the Library to behave appropriately and respect the staff and students making use of this facility.
KSU’s highly successful Night-Time Study Area will also be launched soon! Stay Tuned!
Have you ever asked why referencing is so important for your academic work? Or what plagiarism actually entails?
KSU’s Education Office, in collaboration with the University of Malta Library, is once again organising an informative seminar on the 10th of December 2014 which will allow students to understand how crucial proper referencing in academic work is. The session presented by Prof. Patrick J. Schembri will be beneficial for future coursework.
During the Seminar, tips will be given on how one can avoid Plagiarism. Assistant Registrars Elisa Vella and Carmen Mangion will be presenting guidelines on what defines plagiarism, its avoidance and related consequences.
The second part of the seminar is about how with just one single search, you can discover books and dissertations held in the Library, as well as full online texts, journal articles and other information resources.. The session will help you make the best use of the new and improved search interface on the Library website http://www.um.edu.mt/library
The venue will be ICT Lab, Room 1,Level -1, Block B, Faculty of ICT . Kindly note that available places are limited so book you place by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1508196226108528/?fref=ts
Plagiarism and Library Awareness Session 2014