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Research and learning advice at your library

Are you aware that research and learning advice is available at the library branches?

You are welcome to drop-in to discuss an assignment or project or seek advice without an appointment. Learning skills advisers and librarians who are experienced in working with students and work closely with academic staff in the faculties are available at advertised times.

Questions answered recently . . . → Read More: Research and learning advice at your library

Are you an undergraduate who is passionate about research?

Would you like to meet other research-focussed students and find out how they tackle their research?

As an Honours student, or a student hoping to undertake Honours or a higher degree in the future, this conference may be right for you. You can find out more about research methods and see and hear  students’ posters and presentations . . . → Read More: Are you an undergraduate who is passionate about research?

Visiting fellow studies the role of libraries

Monash University’s large international student population has attracted a Research Fellow from the United States to conduct an ethnographic study of academic library programs here.
The study focuses on how library staff can play a role in improving the engagement of university students for whom English is a second language (ESL).
Darby Fanning is visiting from the University . . . → Read More: Visiting fellow studies the role of libraries

Library guides – whatever the topic, a good place to start

Accounting, Family medicine,  Medieval and renaissance history, Commercial law, Biotechnology or Mechatronics  – whatever the subject, there is a Library guide to information resources for it. 

A Library guide provides a good place to start when researching your topic or finding articles or references  for that essay, assignment or thesis.

The guides are prepared by Library staff with expert knowledge of books, journals, . . . → Read More: Library guides – whatever the topic, a good place to start

New Academic Integrity online tutorial

The new Academic Integrity online tutorial is now available to assist you in developing the knowledge and skills required for good academic practice.

This set of interactive modules was jointly developed by the Office of the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) and Monash University Library as part of the implementation of the Student Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures.

You will appreciate how the . . . → Read More: New Academic Integrity online tutorial