These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Information Technology. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, databases and journals.
ABOUT THIS GUIDE
This study guide has been designed to help students in Insearch BABC001 locate an appropriate text for the Assessment Report.
You'll find tutorials and search tips on how to find articles and also how to use the Harvard UTS referencing style.
This study guide has been prepared for helping Insearch Academic Communication (FEN002) students find various resources for their assignments.
Use the UTS Library catalogue to find books. Just type in Sydney and the subject you're interested in eg Sydney history
994.41 is the number to browse for books about Sydney, they're on level 5. There are many books spread throughout the collection on specific aspects of Sydney too.
Use BONUS to find books in other libraries (it's free!)
This study guide has been designed to help you find international law information. The guide consists of links to public domain websites that provide legal information from a range or countries around the world. Please note that UTS Library also subscribes to a number of databases that can provide you with international law resources- see the Law Databases study guide.
If you have one of the following questions, these guides can help you get answers.
- How can I find my textbooks, subject eReadings and books for my topics?
- Which databases are best for me to find journal articles, country information and international newspapers?
- Where can I find foreign language learning resource?
- I am doing In-Country Studies overseas, can I still use the UTS Library's resources?
This guide provides links and tips to the material covered in the library workshops. This guide is designed to help you with your major assignment for 16468 - an academic report analysing the Global Construction Industry
It's sorted into headings for different types of resources - industry information, journal articles, subject resources & books, writing and referencing. Guide by email@example.com / 95143390
Hi and welcome to the Language and Discourse guide, which is designed to help you find information for your assignments this semester. First a couple of things you'll find useful across all of your subjects:
The Assignment survival kit will help you to manage your time and guide you through the basics of each stage of writing your assignments.
This study guide proves a selection of legal databases to which the Library subscribes. These databases contain Australian and international legal resources, including both primary and secondary materials. Each database is accompanied by a brief description of its scope to help you decide which database is right for your particular information need. If you need more assistance in selecting a database to meet your particular information need, enquire at the Research Help Desk of the UTS Library.
This study guide has been designed to provide information about locating law journals and journal articles. The UTS Library subscribes to both hard copy and electronic journals. Use this guide to find out the location of hard copy law journals and also link to databases that contain electronic versions of legal journals.
This study guide has been designed to bring together information about legal abbreviations. References to law reports or law journals use abbreviations for the name of the law report or journal. This guide provides a list of the most commonly used abbreviations to resources held in the UTS Library collection as well as links to more comprehensive lists of legal abbreviations. If you are still unable to locate your particular legal abbreviation, ask at the Research Help Desk at the UTS Library.
This study guide provides a list of Australian legal apps available for mobile devices.
Find research papers, reports, lecture series, workshop presentations and other scholarship.
This study guide has been designed to help you find information about Australian legislation, including bills, explanatory memoranda, second reading speeches, consolidated acts etc. The guide provides tables that help you to identify which resources are available online or in hard copy. Links are provided to the databases that provide online access to legislative materials. There is also a brief explanatory section that explains the terminolgy used in the life cycle of legislation.
These guides will help you find key resources for Leisure and Tourism. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, journals and databases.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Environmental Science. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, databases and journals.