Library research guides are like mini-websites listing useful information sources on a variety of topics. They are a great first place to start. Whatever you are studying, we’ve got a guide worth bookmarking.
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You can find a lot of information using Google. But do you have the time to sort through thousands of websites in the hope of finding some useful, trustworthy information? Once you learn the basic research skills, you will be able to find scholarly sources with quality information for your assignments.
You’ll not only get better marks, you will also have more time to Google for fun!
The Ask a Librarian service is staffed by expert information hunters that can help you locate sources for an assignment or answer other Library questions. Whether you need help on campus or at home, you can chat or email our friendly Librarians.
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So, you know the topic of your assignment, when it is due and where to look for information – but how do you go about planning it all? That’s what the Research Project Calculator is for! Just put in the start and due dates and let the Calculator work it all out for you.
Visit the Library website anytime to read e-journals and e-books, find print resources, ask for help, book a study room, or learn cool research skills with our tutorials.
Come to your nearest Library site to meet the librarians, browse collections, use computers, printers and copiers, or find study spaces. Take a quick video tour of your Library site:
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This guide was adapted from http://www1.rmit.edu.au/library/getting-started and used with permission from the Library/RMIT University.