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Inveresk Library

Inveresk Library

The Inveresk Library is located at 2 Invermay Road, Launceston

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Inveresk Library
Library phone number +61 3 6324 3240
Library email Loans.Ltn@lib.utas.edu.au
Postal addressLocked Bag 1311
Launceston 7250

Long Vacation 2022/2023

Monday 7 November - Sunday 10 February

DaysHours
Library & UConnect Services Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Level 1
Study Space
7 days 7.30am - midnight
Level 2 & 3
General Public Access
Library Collections
Monday-Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm

Public Holidays

Level 1 Study Space only - UTAS Students and Staff, access via swipe card

DayDateHours
Recreation Day Monday 7 November Open

Spaces for Us

You can work in collaboratively in the meeting rooms, these can be booked via Outlook Calendar:

Room Name Number of people
Inveresk.Library.104 4
Inveresk.Library.105 4
Inveresk.Library.101a  (open space - no door) 8
Inveresk.Library.202 5
Inveresk.Library.2035
Inveresk.Library.2194
Inveresk.Library.2204

Need help on how to book via Outlook calendar?  See quick help guide (PDF 340KB).

Learning and Research Librarians 
Susan Bell, Student Learning Librarian

Susan Bell
Ph +61 3 6324 3139
Email: Susan.Bell@utas.edu.au

Brenda Carter Librarian

Brenda Carter
Ph +61 3 6324 3484
Email: Brenda.Carter@utas.edu.au

representation of Anna Klebansky, Student Learning Librarian

Anna Klebansky
Ph +61 3 6324 3833
Email: Anna.Klebansky@utas.edu.au

Client Services
Glenn Mulcaster
Glenn Mulcaster
Librarian
Ph +61 3 6324 3061
Email: Glenn.Mulcaster@utas.edu.au
 
Melda Shay
Melda Shay
Library Officer
Ph +61 3 6324 9484
Email: Melda.Shay@utas.edu.au

Alison Crawford
Alison Crawford
Library Officer
Ph +61 3 6324 3106
Email: Alison.Crawford@utas.edu.au

About the Inveresk Library

The University of Tasmania’s Inveresk Library has opened for students and the greater Launceston community. The $23 million development is the first new building to be brought to life at Inveresk through the Northern Transformation Program, funded through the Launceston City Deal, with contributions from the Australian and Tasmanian Governments, City of Launceston and the University.
The University’s transformation towards city-based campuses will enable more people to access learning opportunities throughout all stages of life. The Library will be central to the vitality of Launceston and the wider region, as the vibrant heart of the campus.

The building was designed by John Wardle Architects with input from over 150 individuals including students, staff and the community as part of a co-design process providing feedback on the vision for Inveresk, building design and functionality.
Set over three levels, the Library offers group and quiet study spaces, digital and print collections and resources, meeting spaces and classrooms, featured artworks and cultural objects including the Riawunna collection, a student kitchenette and parenting room and  a café due to open in 2023.
Sustainability is a key feature of the design, with recycled gas pipelines used for the building’s foundations, structural use of Tasmanian timber, low carbon concrete and solar initiatives to maximise energy efficiency.

Library services will remain available across Newnham and Inveresk locations to support students during the University’s transition to Inveresk, with the overall campus development which includes a further two buildings scheduled for full completion in 2024.

New Inveresk Library building

New Library at Inveresk (PDF 8 MB)