In Orientation Week the Library offers some special events to help new students familiarise themselves with the Library. Popular events include:
- Library Tours
- Faculty Librarian welcomes
- Library booth in the Orientation Expo
Look out for all of these in the O-Week program.
Why wait until O-Week? Explore the Library Orientation Library Research Guide at any time to learn about the Library's resources, services and spaces.
Visit the Library's news and events page to keep up to date with new information resources, library classes, workshops, study tips and more.
The Library offers a range of classes and online courses for students covering digital literacy skills, research methods and tips, referencing guidance and using reference management tools.
Can't see what you are after, or want a personalised session? Book an appointment with your Faculty Librarian to select a day, time and location (online or in person) that works for you, and simply ask what you would like to cover.
Start your research the right way. The librarians create useful and user-friendly guides on subject areas and topics to share their knowledge of key information sources and suggested pathways to find the best information and resources.Read more
The Library can assist you with accessing and searching the Library’s resources. Ask us in person in the Library or via the Ask A Librarian page for help with:
- Finding books, articles and other resources for an assignment
- Accessing course resources for your subjects including textbooks and readings
- Learning to navigate and get the most out of the different databases
- Setting up and using reference management software such as EndNote, Mendeley or RefWorks
Your Faculty Librarian is also available for more in-depth assistance such as conducting a search for a literature review, or other queries you may have. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment.
If the item you need is on the shelf in the Library or currently on loan to someone else, you can place a Click & Collect request on it via Library Search.
Or if the library doesn't have the item you're after, you can place a request for it in Library Search and we'll attempt to supply it from another library for you.