Faculty Liaison Services - Training
Individual one-on-one training in the use of library resources can be requested via Book-a-librarian.
These courses assist with:
- Learning how to set up email and RSS alerts for selected journals through advanced database training.
- ERA support through journal impact factors and research journals.
- Use of EndNote to manage references, and associated PDF copies of articles; and produce reference lists in a range of standard and custom styles.
- Creation of links to online electronic resources for use in online subjects (Interact).
For more information about the courses offered, see: Training & development program for academic staff and postgraduate students.
Library services for students at partner and affiliated institutions are described in the Information for Offshore Students, with detailed information about how to access these services available from the Library Orientation toolbox.
Electronic resources provided by the Library are accessible to students at all partner institutions. Students can use the Library Primo Search and Journal databases to locate eBooks, online journals and full text journal articles, and staff are able to create links to selected electronic resources that they can provide to students via CSU Interact.
Online (full text journals)
Students can browse, search and access articles from more than 60,000 online journals and newspapers. Staff are also able to create links to selected journal articles, that can be supplied to students - enabling them to directly access those articles.
Emerald Management Xtra Complete database
Robertson, C. J., & Athanassiou, N. (2009). Exploring business ethics research in the context of international business. Management Research News, 32(12), 1130-1146.
Guides & assistance
The Library collection includes a growing collection of 5,000 eBooks, covering most disciplines. Students can read, and print and copy material from eBooks [within prescribed limits]. Staff are also able to create links to eBooks and / or selected chapters or sections in those eBooks.
EBook Library (EBL)
Johnson, D., & Turner, C. (2010). International business : themes and issues in the modern global economy. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
Guides & assistance
Scanned Copies of book chapters and journal articles
Students may request copies of sections of books, and journal articles that are only held in print format [within Copyright limits].
Bartol, K. M., & Mathews, P. (2001). Management : a Pacific rim focus (3rd ed.). Sydney, N.S.W.: McGraw-Hill.
Chapter 13, Leadership, pp.397-424.
Subject coordinators and lecturers wanting to organise trainings sessions for groups of undergraduate students should contact the Library information staff via the "Ask us" phone number for their local campus (see the CSU Library Contacts page), or the Library Information Literacy Coordinator (see below).
|Name||Phone Number||Fax Number||Email Address|
|Vanessa Salway||+61 2 6338 email@example.com|
We all need to engage in continuous lifelong learning to keep our professional knowledge and awareness up to date. As a CSU staff member, you have free access to over 600,000 books and 50,000 journal titles, including many general interest, industry and trade publications, as well as academic works.
Your personal interests are covered with an extensive collection of fiction, DVDs, newspapers (online & in print), or leisure and hobby subjects such as horticulture, travel, IT, visual and creative arts, cooking, health and fitness, and much more. Plus, there are children's fiction and nonfiction books, and many curriculum resources to help your children with homework assignments.
Learn about the resources available and how to access them. Book an individual or small group session, and we will tailor the training to your interests and information needs.
In the training we will cover the following topics, tailored to your information needs.
- General library information and campus library tour (if training is held in the Library).
- Introduction to the Library website.
- Borrowing information, including borrowing terms and conditions.
- How to locate Library resources:
- Using Primo Search to locate books, DVDs and electronic books and journals;
- Using eBooks and online journal collections;
- Using online reference to locate statistics, standards, encyclopaedias, dictionaries, newspapers etc.
- How to access assistance:
- Contact Us
- Keeping up to date with the Library and resources.
- Other services and tools relevant to your interests and requirements, such as setting up alerts or a basic EndNote introduction, etc.
To book a training session, see the Library orientation for general staff form
- For inquiries about this course please contact Vanessa Salway