University Library Suggestions

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  • Add statistical Excel add-on powertool on BJ Marshall computers

    Hi,

    For (i think) all degrees in the science faculty, we need to use certain programs to calculate statistic results of data for reports, experiments etc, which are common assessments used in science.

  • Book Suggestion

    Your name: 
    Mehmet A Arslan

    BOOK SUGGESTION
    - Title : Hands on Applied Finite Element Analysis
    - Author / editor : Prof. Dr. Mehmet A. Arslan
    - Publication Year : 2015 / 1st Edition / NY
    - Short reasoning: good book for classroom use
    - Publisher : www.handsonfea.com
    - ISBN / ISSN : 978-0-692-33217-7
    - Paper or electronic form : Hard cover book

    AIAA Book Review: http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/1.J054798?journalCode=aiaaj

    Worldcat Info: http://www.worldcat.org/title/hands-on-applied-finite-element-analysis-a...

  • Seats

    Please provide adjustable height seats in Reid Library. Most of them are non-adjustable and not very comfortable

  • Extra loud noise

    Your name: 
    Jisatsu Sitai

    It sounds like there's a concert going on outside Reid library. How is anyone supposed to study. This is a university.

  • Library kitchen and computers on the first floor

    The new Medical and Dental library is reallly nice.I just have some minor suggestions for the kitchen area. It would be really useful for there to be a bin in this section as well as napkins and disposible cutlery for when you forget to bring your own, like the other libraries on campus.

    Something else that would be useful is if there were computers on the first floor for general use. It can be hard to concentrate on the ground floor when using one of the computers as this is more of a collaborative area.

    But overall this is a wonderful new space which I enjoy studying in.

  • Automatically search AUS/US spellings on Onesearch

    Would it be possible to have Onesearch automatically search for both Australian and United States spelling? E.g. "organisation" and "organization", "colour" and "color" etc.

    It's always a bit annoying having to search twice for the same query.
    Cheers