Find unit reading
To find subject materials reserved by your lecturer, search the library for your unit code (e.g. PSY10004).
- Enter the title of the book, book chapter or article.
- For a book chapter, try searching for the book title not the chapter title.
- If you enter a complete citation, you may not find it. Try searching for the title only.
Understanding your reading list
A typical reading list has different types of material. Identifying these types will help you find them.
Look for the publisher and place of publication.
Jones, R 2010 Recruit, select & induct staff, Pearson, Frenchs Forest, NSW.
Look for the word in, followed by the editors and title of the book.
Dalton, M 2006 ‘Developing the global manager’, in RJ Burke & CL Cooper (eds) 2006, The human resources revolution: why putting people first matters, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 123-136.
Look for the volume number, issue number or month and page numbers.
Hughes, H 2010, ‘International students’ experience of university libraries and librarians’, Australian Academic & Research Libraries, vol. 41, no. 2 pp 77-89.