Where will I find? Get a head start with your research

Do you feel lost on the information highway?
Are you clueless about where to start looking for information in the Library or online?

Search Engage and Know
Our free hands on workshops will start you on your path to becoming an independent researcher and show you how to find the right information from the right resources.

All workshops are held in the Discovery Lounge, Ground floor. Basic computer skills are required.

Next sessions:
SEaK The Catalogue
: Track down items in the collections and online.
            When: Wednesday 14 July, 10.00 – 11.00am

SEaK More Than Just Google: Improve your use of this popular search engine.
            When: Tuesday 20 July, 10.30 – 12.00 noon

SEaK Library Research Online: Learn how to find up-to-date journal articles, newspapers, encyclopedias and e-books.
             When: Tuesday 27 July, 2.00 – 3.30pm

Get a head start in using the library’s services and uncovering the wealth of information available in the collections. Bookings and enquiries 9427 3111.
Find out more….

One thought on “Where will I find? Get a head start with your research

  1. I am searching for the where abouts of my great Uncle Patrick Carroll who moved to WA from VIC.about 1894? He was born in Ballarat East in 1873, we know his brother Thomas visited Patrick about 1902, butwe don’t know where he settled in WA.My G.Mothervisited Patrick ,her brother in about 1940 either because he was or had passed away.I would be thankful for any information you could find
    maureen Kahle

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