The Library offers a number of programs throughout the year to assist students in developing research skills and to use the full range of information resources available at Victoria University Library. The programs range from short 30-minute sessions to one-hour information sessions or two-hour hands-on workshops.
Drop-in sessions: all discipline areas & year levels
Get librarian advice about researching your assignment and referencing your sources. Just drop in at a campus library - you don't need to book an appointment.
Drop-in Library referencing & researching
During HE semester (26 February to 22 June including Labour Day, Monday 12 March), see a librarian:
- City Flinders: Every Tuesday and Thursday, 12pm-1pm, Learning Hub (level 9)
- City Queen Library: Monday-Friday, opening-4pm, library service desk
- Footscray Nicholson Library: Every Tuesday and Thursday, 12pm-1pm, Learning Hub (level 2)
- Footscray Park Library and Learning Hub: Monday-Friday, 12pm-1pm, Learning Hub (level 2)
- St Albans Library: Every Tuesday and Wednesday, 12pm-1pm, Learning Hub (level 2)
Drop-in sessions are not available:
- mid-semester break: 2 - 6 April
- Anzac Day: 25 April
- Queen's Birthday: 11 June
Librarian advice at Werribee Library
All Werribee students (TAFE, undergraduate and postgraduate) can get advice about:
- database searching
- accessing articles
- any other information research skills.
When: Every Tuesday during semester (except public holidays and University holidays), 9.30am – 1pm and 2pm - 5pm
Where: Werribee Library service desk or by phoning +61 3 9919 8250
Workshops are available through Learning Hubs for all undergraduate students.
Researcher development (including Research Ambassador workshops)
Library staff contribute to the Researcher Development Program by delivering sessions on topics such as using Endnote, using research database & research tools, getting your research published and measuring research impact.
Research Ambassadors’ mini-workshops
Research Ambassadors run mini-workshops throughout the year on a range of different research topics. In the mini-workshops, the Research Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer research support to both research students and staff in a range of skill areas including: research design, data analysis, data management, statistical software, Qualtrics, writing, ethics applications and general transition support. These workshops provide a relaxed and informal learning setting.
For more information about these sessions (run by the Library or Research Ambassadors) see the Researcher Development Program calendar.
If the session you are interested in is not listed or you would like the Library to run additional sessions for a specific audience contact the Cameron Barrie (Research Librarian) firstname.lastname@example.org.