The Library has a range of staff available to support students and their learning. Librarians often spring to mind, but you might be wondering what we do and where can you find us.
Our Learning & Teaching Librarians are specialists in assisting students with their research and study needs and support learning from undergraduate students right through to academic staff and researchers.
As well as being research experts, we have specialist knowledge in the subject areas taught here at Griffith. This means we can support your study or teaching in specific areas like Science, Education, Business, Arts, Law or Health.
What can we do for you?
With almost all our study and work moving online due to COVID-19. Learning & Teaching Librarians can help with:
Answering online requests for assistance via email, phone and video calls. We assist with a range of queries including, but not limited to:
- basic searching for assignments
- complex and systematic searching for literature reviews
- explaining referencing
- answering specific referencing questions e.g. how to reference a particular resource
- providing feedback on format and accuracy of referencing
- assisting clients to troubleshoot reference management software including EndNote
- Liaising with Academics and Course Convenors to provide tailored online workshops to support course learning outcomes. This includes support around general researching and referencing skills, and advanced database searching for research–based courses or systematic reviews.
- Creating e–learning resources for research and referencing including videos, modules, and webpages.
Where can you find us?
The Library website is a great starting place with lots of resources to support you in your studies. You can find information on:
You can fill out the Online enquiries form on the Library homepage to get in touch with a specialist, or chat with our staff 9am-5pm every day.
Whatever your question, we have the right people with the knowledge to help.