Each faculty, school and department has a liaison librarian who is your contact in the library. We are subject and resource specialists: find out how we can help you.
Sourcing new and relevant library materials to support your units
Contact us if there are required and recommended texts you would like your students to use. If you are teaching a new or changing course or unit, we can help you identify relevant resources. We can select new materials for purchase, guided by library collections governance.
Managing reading lists
We can help you make your reading lists available to students in Blackboard, Canvas or the library catalogue, through the Subject materials service.
Embedding library resources in Blackboard units
We can help you embed online resources and tools in your Blackboard or Canvas units and provide instructions on linking specific formats (login required). If you are developing a blended or fully online unit, we can help you source relevant online resources.
Research skills training for coursework students
We can work with you to develop tailored training programs linked to assessment requirements for your students. We offer research skills sessions to students at all levels, including advanced training in discipline-specific databases. Contact us to arrange sessions during your tutorials or lectures.
Referencing help and EndNote training
Invite your students to consult our referencing guides and ask us about EndNote training for your students.
Using copyright-protected material in teaching and learning
Ask us about using copyright-protected material in your teaching or consult Copyright for Teachers (login required). We can source copyright-compliant resources for use in your units.
Higher-degree research student support
Are you supervising higher-degree research students? Liaison librarians offer research consultations and assistance to research students at any stage of their degree. Simply refer your students to their liaison librarian or contact us to arrange an appointment or group training session on your students’ behalf.