You’ll find amazing things in your Library!
The following workshops will introduce you to the online research environment, resources and materials available. The main focus is on finding scholarly readings for your research, as well as evaluating and referencing your resources.
Book your place as classes fill fast.
- Uni IT Essentials
University IT, NetAccount and NetID, Cecil, EC Mail, Wireless and more…
- Library Resources & Overview
How to find and borrow materials, how many and for how long? How to access e-resources?
- Find Course Readings, Articles & Exams
Quickly find the books, journals and course materials recommended in your reading lists.
- Find Articles I: Multiple Database Searching
Library databases contain millions of articles, but how do you find what you need?
- Find Articles II: Advanced Database Searching
Advanced database search techniques.
- How to master Google Scholar & Google
Want to find academic articles for your assignments and research fast?
- E-books: Searching and using online books
Learn effective ways of finding, accessing and using electronic books.
- Business Information for your Assignments
How do I find company profiles? Which database includes industry reports and analysis?
- Theses & Dissertations: How to find them
A variety of online resources are covered, including the databases: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses and Index to Theses.
- EndNote Part I
- EndNote Part II
Note: A number of sessions are offered on Saturdays 16th & 23rd July 2011, for students who are not able to attend classes during the week.
Venue: The Kate Edger Information Commons Building, Level 2, Computer Training Room 231.
Contact: Learning Services, +64 9 3737599 ext 83797.