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July 2013

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New online reference sources

QUT Library now provides access to the following excellent new online reference sources. Reference sources are a good starting point for any assignment or research topic, as they can help to clarify concepts and keywords, as well as provide an overview of a subject. They include dictionaries,…

Self-service printing and photocopying

***Please note the information contained in this post may be out of date*** QUT Printing Services (QPS) have reduced the cost of of self-service printing and photocopying!  The new prices came into effect on the 22nd of July and will make printing your assignments and lecture notes that…

Four ways to rock your next talk

Adapted from The Thesis Whisperer – Four Ways to Rock Your Next Talk All around Australia PhD students are preparing for the 3 minute thesis competition, so it seems like a good time to be talking about presenting skills! You have a great research question, cool data and…

Getting started with study

New in semester two? Awesome, welcome. You’re enrolled, you’ve got your student card, your password and email is set up, your tutorials are organised, and you’ve found the Library, the Student Guild Bar and the best coffee on campus… So, what next? Now is when you have time…

Online videos available for you!

The Library has a wide range of online videos, including videos for education, dance, theatre, counselling and nursing.   Access these via QUT Library’s collection. Recent additions include ArtFilms Digital, Health and Society in Video, and regular additions to Kanopy. Video clips and play lists can be created –…

NAIDOC: A week of celebration

Dates: 7-14 July, 2013 Theme: We value the vision – Yirrkala Bark Petitions 1963 NAIDOC stands for the National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920s who sought to increase awareness in the wider community…