The Library recently completed a review of all digital resources we provide about spaces, services, and skill development through a lens of relevancy, useability, and accessibility. This has resulted in the development of new web pages, and some movement of other pages on the website. These changes promote a seamless experience as you navigate through the site, and you can also use the web search tool to find what you need faster.
Please check your bookmarks and embedded links in FLO topics and topic guides to make sure you have the most up to date version of this important learning material.
The website provides access to a large suite of self-help, online resources that assist students, researchers and academics with developing information literacy and research skills. Subjects include copyright, information literacy across disciplines, data management, systematic reviews, publishing research and more! We invite you to familiarise yourself with the website before the next semester begins and encourage students to use these valuable resources.
With the beginning of semester 2 fast approaching, please make sure to fill out the Textbook Notification form in Service One – these results help populate the Student Textbook pages which gives students an opportunity to know and order their required texts before classes start. Now is also a good time to review and update your Readings lists.