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This study guide provides a list of Australian legal apps available for mobile devices.
This guide was designed to assist students to find the relevant materials they'll need to read up on in the course of the semester.
A lot of those resources are legal documents, which can be quite tricky to negotiate, so we thought we'd build this guide to help you. Contained in the guide are various how to's ...
How do I find the EPAA? (Environmental Planning and Assessment Act)
This guide is intended to help students of Sustainable Urban Development find information to for their assignments more easily and efficiently. If you would like any amendments or additions to this guide, or just have any questions generally do contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org / 95143390
There is a lot of really useful information for this subject in book form. Books tend to be general in focus, and are especially good for building up knowledge on a subject from a low base.
This guide helps to find building plans using the library's collection of archtectural books and journals.
This study guide is designed to help you find legal encyclopaedias and dictionaries. These resources are available online via the LexisNexisAU and Westlaw AU database platforms. Legal encyclopaedias are are useful tool to help you find a narrative overview of an area of law including references to both case law and legislation. Legal dictionaries will help you define terms used in a legal context.
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 guide will help you find key resources for Management. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, journals and databases. If you are looking for class specific information you may be able to find it under other management related guides including one for change management.
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 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.
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This guide will help you find key resources for Marketing. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, journals and databases.
This study guide aims to summarize the resources the library can offer for 58111 Reporting Sound and Image. The following tabs show resources that are useful for finding newspapers, radio and television programs.
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These guides are intended to provide some useful sources of information for Teacher Education.
Kuring-gai Campus Library specialises in teacher education and K-12 resources which support the NSW school curriculum.
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.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available on Biological Science. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, databases and journals.