Did you know this week is dedicated to the importance of libraries and their role within society? It’s National Library and Information Week, and 2022’s theme is ‘Rewrite. Renew. Reimagine.’. We’ve taken the opportunity to showcase the services and resources the Library offers to help you achieve your best.
It gives us the opportunity to remind you about our collections and services available to you, not just this week, but throughout the academic year. Services you can access include:
- Help via our chat, phone and email;
- Online or phone appointments to get you started with your assessment task;
- Requests for interlibrary loans, intercampus loans, and digitisations;
- Attending an Online Library Workshop – register now for a free interactive tutorial with a librarian on a subject such as using EndNote or finding journal articles;
- Watch a recording of an Online Library Workshop on demand;
- Contacting an Indigenous Liaison librarians to help you find resources for your studies;
- Contacting an Disability Liaison librarians to help you access resources if you have a physical or sensory impairment, learning disability, mental health condition or medical condition.
Don’t forget our resources:
- Physical and online resources including journal databases and eBooks,
- Tutorial videos on using the library and researching,
- General and subject specific library resource guides, and
- LinkedIn Learning through the Library for learning new skills.
Community members, students from other educational institutions and alumni are all welcome to join and borrow from the library for free.
Whether you’re a student, staff member or not affiliated with the university at all, the library has something for you. Check out the Library website or come in today to see how we can help you.