Library classes

Please be advised that some Library services and access to resources have been modified in response to the current COVID-19 situation. Visit the Library's updates and support page for all current information.

The Library offers a range of classes tailored for students at all levels. These include discipline specific and Postgraduate sessions including Researching, Literature Reviews and Endnote. Classes run at a variety of times and campus locations.  Please check the Library Calendar to register and find a library class to suit you.

Book a Librarian

Book a Librarian in advance or speak face-to-face with a Librarian online for help using eBooks, finding journal articles and other resources, using the library catalogue, assistance managing references and citations, and other research needs.

Manage your citations (Undergraduate Students)

There are citation management programs which work with Microsoft Word. These allow you to enter bibliographic information into a template and with a few clicks your referencing is done for you.

Each program provides the same basic features and functionality with some exceptions. Individual programs are below:



Information and support is available for Postgraduate students using EndNote for research. If you need assistance using EndNote please contact your Liaison Librarians.

Learn how to manage your references with our help guide. For additional help you can Book a Librarian

Other assistance

Library staff can provide on-the-spot instruction to assist with your research needs. Online tutorials are available on a range of subjects including using Library Search and finding and requesting items.

Please ask at the Library Service Zone, or ask a question via:

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