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Talk to a Study Smart Librarian for expert study tips, tools and referencing advice.

by The Library on 2023-03-20T08:29:00+11:00 | 0 Comments

Walk in sessions are now available at your campus library Study Smart Desk or book an appointment at a time that suits you.

We know managing the information overload at the start of university can be really challenging. You may have solved the puzzle of the Western room codes, but how do you begin your first writing task?

Library staff can guide you in the right direction to essential study resources, tools and services that will keep you organised, save you time and reduce study stress.

Our Study Smart Librarians are experts at researching topics, mastering referencing styles and more. They are available to share their expertise and knowledge in one-to-one appointments to help you improve your skills and succeed at university.

If you’re ready to ‘go beyond Google’ to access better resources and advice for your study, talk to a Study Smart Librarian at your campus library this week.

Walk-in sessions at the Study Smart Desk, no booking required:

Walk-in sessions are welcome at all campus libraries. Sessions are 20 minutes long. If the Study Smart Desk is unattended, use the QR codes on the desk to book a future appointment.

Book an appointment time:

You can book a one-to-one appointment at a convenient time that suits you. Appointments are available face-to-face on campus or remotely using Zoom. Study Smart appointments are 20 minutes long.

Study Smart Librarians are available throughout the Autumn teaching session, so remember to connect with the Library often through your studies so we can assist you to find the resources and tools you need.

Did you know you can use all eight libraries throughout Western Sydney? View library locations at Bankstown City, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Nirimba, Parramatta City, Parramatta South and Penrith.

See you at the Study Smart Desk soon.

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