When your TAFECard is locked out of the photocopier, email Bear Solutions with your name and barcode number and ask them to unlock it. Bear Solutions are in the TAFE address book on Microsoft Outlook.
Will blogs become a regular teaching tool? Many professors in the U.S. think so. Click on the link to find the results of a recent higher education survey. http://www.thomson.com/content/pr/tl/tl_high_ed/New_Media_Tools_Faculty_Survey What do you think?
Remember, this week is Library & Information Week – a big day for libraries across Australia! Help us celebrate the contribution libraries make to the information and recreation needs of all Australians. We have displays of students’ work, demonstrations of e-resources, competitions and PRIZES! For staff members we have a Conversation Cafe on Wednesday discussing […]
St George College has a Screenrights licence. This is very important when copying free-to-air programs and excerpts from TV and Radio. The following website gives information on what teachers can do with this licence:- http://www.enhancetv.com.au/ This site is well worth investigating if you want to make electronic copies of free-to-air programs and send them to […]
Don’t forget, next week is Library week. Lots of interesting and exciting things will be happening at your College Library. Please come along and participate in our guessing competition and quizes. We have great prizes to be won. You have got to be in it to win it! During our busy lunchtime periods there will […]
This week is Gambling Week. The Gambling Impact Society (NSW) works to build awareness in the community about problem gambling. They have a website at www.gisnsw.org.au
Library & Information Week will be celebrated across Australia from 21 – 28 May. This is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the contribution libraries make to the information and recreation needs of all Australians. Watch out for forthcoming news from St George College Library about displays and activities scheduled for this week.
The Library is currently surveying students and staff about their database usage. We have a number of new journal databases this year including Proquest, Infotrac and – the very newest – Online Currents. The URL is www.thomson.com.au
The library has two new magazine/journal databases. They are Proquest and Infotrac. What is exciting about these databases is that they are also accessible from home, just like ANZRC.
Thank you to the Graphic Design students who contributed to Harmony Day celebrations by displaying their wonderful work in the library. Thank you also to Suzie Haddock and Vera Hayes for coordinating this activity.