What’s on for October

Welcome to October! As we head into some warmer weather here in beautiful Armidale, we are also approaching the end of trimester two. Exams start in the second week of October, remember that the Library has plenty of quiet spaces, helpful staff and resources to help you prepare, both on campus and online. No matter where you are physically located, you can access a wide range of services and resources to help you end Trimester 2 on a high:

The Library subject guides have been collated by your UNE subject librarians, and contain a plethora of information that has been collated by your librarian, to help you locate scholarly materials to blitz your final assignments and prepare for your exams.

Check out the wide range of Library recorded classes and webinars available on the Library website, covering topics from Advanced search techniques, selecting the best information and Endnote – here you will find information to help you maximise your study efficacy.

On top of the extensive online resources that all students have access to, did you know that as an online student you can request physical library resources to be sent to you? And this service is free? Check out how to have Library materials sent to you and get borrowing today!

The Library are also celebrating Open Access week in October, promoting Open Scholarship practices and open access resources. Find what this means for you and your research, and come meet with Library staff during this week – keep your eyes peeled for advertisements about where Library staff will be stationed during this week around campus coffee spots, come and share a coffee and bring your questions about Open Access.

This post is brought to you by the Librarian team in the Library. Did you know that you can book a one-on-one appointment with your subject librarian? And that this can be held in person in the Library, in your office on campus or online? Get in touch with us today to help organise your study and research and find out how the Library can assist you!

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