Are you heading our way for a Residential School this August-September? CSU campus libraries will be open and our staff ready to help! Come see and use some of our newly renovated spaces.
|Some of the new spaces in the Wagga library|
Residential schools are a component of many of CSU’s online courses. This session they run from Monday 22 August to Sunday 4 August 2016.
During your residential school drop into the library to browse or get help:
- Finding your way around the Library
- Using Primo search to find books in the Library catalogue
- Borrowing books and other resources
- Finding your subject’s Library Resource Guide
- Searching for online resources, including journal databases and eBooks
- Using referencing software (EndNote)
And so much more – all you have to do is look for the AskUs desk in the library!
If you are at Bathurst or Wagga, look out for our Library Rovers between 12-2pm on the main library floors – they’re the ones in the bright green t-shirts ready to help!
|Our Library Rovers are ready to help!|
Find out what is available at the Albury-Wodonga, Wagga, Bathurst and Orange campus libraries. Our Learning Commons have 24/7 spaces that offer access to PCs, Macs, wireless Internet, personal lockers, parent’s room, assistive technology facilities, kitchenette and more.
|Some of the new spaces in the Bathurst library|
The Learning Commons also have Print/Copy/Scan facilities on all campuses which are fully integrated with your CSU card.
Make sure you bring your CSU card so you can access your on-campus accommodation and the Learning Commons 24/7, borrow books and print. Haven’t applied for your CSU card yet? Apply online today.
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