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As most students are aware, the library student computers are heavily used. Library supervisors have lobbied the college management for sometime to allocate additional PCs to accommodate students needs. The good news is that we expect to have three or four more PCs for student use in the near future.
Are you a regular library patron at St George College? Have you noticed that the Reference Collection has just got a lot smaller? Libraries are impacted on by technology in many ways one of which is the way that people find information. One of the impacts for us has been a substantial decrease in the [...]
St George TAFE library vacation hours are as follows: Friday 10th and Monday 13th April 2009 CLOSED Tuesday 14th – Friday 24th April 2009 9:00am – 3:00pm The library will resume its regular opening hours from Monday 27th April 2009. If you wish to renew your resources during the vacation you are able to do so online at http://tafecat.tafensw.edu.au/tafecat.html [...]
The Library subscribes to a wide range of interesting and useful serial titles. These titles relate to subjects taught at TAFE as well as many serials of general interest to Students and Staff. Some examples of the general interest serials are: National Geographic, Australian Home Beautiful, House and Garden, Time Magazine and Wheels Magazine. We also have [...]
St George College library provides a Current Awareness Service to teachers and staff for magazines that the library subscribes to. We can email to you the contents and cover pages which may be of interest to you. If you would like an article from a magazine, you can request a photocopy from us, or, if you would [...]
Until yesterday we were unable to update our blog. Stephan Ridgway has found us a new way to edit our posts and we are now back in business.
The Wireless facility will allow teachers to work away from their desks . Wireless Internet can be used by staff for the Internet and Intranet using either a wireless enabled laptop or personal digital assistant. Sydney Institute now has 650 wireless points spread through out the various Colleges.