Make the most of the Library’s collections and develop good online search strategies with an onsite workshop and tour tailored to individual subject areas such as English, Society and Culture, History and Legal Studies.
In a 90-minute session, students will strengthen their research skills, develop good search strategies, learn how to use the Library catalogue and discover quality eResources available with a Library card.
Talk to us about other subjects including Aboriginal Studies and Extension Science. This session can also be adapted for International Baccalaureate students.
Self-guided onsite excursion
Make the most of the Library's collections and resources. We will provide handouts tailored to your subject area, prepare Library cards and other materials for collecting, and secure tables on the day of your visit.
Full-day student seminars for Extension History and English Extension 2 are an exciting opportunity for your students to develop their research skills and gain valuable advice, resources and inspiration as they embark on their major work
Eight Days in Kamay – Texts and the Human Experience
Students explore the online exhibition Eight Days in Kamay and reflect on how texts may invite the responder to see the world differently, to challenge assumptions, ignite new ideas or reflect personally.