If you’re just getting started with your studies this trimester, or need a refresher after a hectic O-Week and Week 1, the Library is here to help. Check out these essential resources and services that will soon have you on your way to study success:
Access a range of self-help tools to help you develop your skills in time management, reading effectively, preparing for exams and more. We’ve also got how-to guides to help you learn how to research, write, edit and structure assignments. Are you feeling rattled by referencing? We’ve got referencing guides with plenty of examples too.
Throughout the trimester the Library hosts a variety of online workshops to help you build the knowledge and skills you need to succeed at university. And you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to attend!
If you need more help, such as understanding your assessment or undertaking research, you can book a consultation with one of our Library specialists. You can book up to four consultations each trimester via email, phone or online via Teams.
Don’t stress about buying textbooks—our Reading lists have got you covered. Many required and recommended readings for your courses are accessible online. Find out more about the accessibility features of our ebook platforms on the Ebooks webpage.
Get straight to the subject of your choice with our Library guides. These curated collections of databases and specialised resources cover subjects such as Health, Education and more. This is also where you’ll find guides for different content types including Encyclopaedias and dictionaries, and Standards and patents.
Are you keen for more journal articles and access to more full text resources? BrowZine, Libkey Nomad and Google Scholar can help take your researching to the next level.
Best of all? You can easily access these resources and services in one place—our Library services for students webpage.