Now that semester has started, are you wondering how to find information for your study and research?
Try our new discovery service UCanFind.
Use it as your starting point to check out what information there is on your topic – journal articles, books, reports, images, media, and more – all in one spot.
Go to http://www.canberra.edu.au/library to try it out:
- Enter your search terms (remember, putting in more specific terms will give a more specific result).
- On the results page, refine your search by selecting what you need in the left-hand navigation menu under Content type (e.g. journal article, book/eBook, etc.), Discipline (e.g. psychology, etc.), or Publication date, etc.
- As you browse the results, you can store items you are interested in by clicking on the folder icon on the right of its title. This stores the selected items in a temporary folder. To view, email or print the list of items, click on the folder icon at the top of the page.
- Click on online links to view electronic items, but for print material, first check it’s availability, then take note of it’s location in the Library e.g. UC Library General or Short Loan and it’s call no. e.g. RT41.M493 2011.