A reminder that journals and magazines are available on level 1 of the library to assist with your studies and for leisure. Most of them can be borrowed for 2 weeks. Many journals are also available online through our ejournal portal and Emerald database. Here is a selection of the magazines and journals you can find in the library.
Ultimo TAFE Library Welcomes the Oxford Reference Online database Oxford Reference Online provides full-text access to dictionaries, language reference, and subject reference works from art to accountancy, from politics to physics, and from computing to classics published by Oxford University Press. For a quick introduction to the main features of The Premium Collection, take a look […]
Thanks to Simon and Stacey for putting together a National costumes digital book on the Sydney Institute Library Digital Rare Book Collection page located in eRes. A new book on National costumes has been added and includes Austrian, Hungarian, Polish and Czecho-slovakian costumes. Others include: Students and staff are able to access Eres from home […]
Trialling Emerald 1st September 2010 to 30th September 2010. The Sydney Institute is trialling e-books and e-journals through Emerald. If you want to try it out, go to the databases page. It is the last database on the list. We would like you to make comments about the database, and the easiest way to do that […]
World Environment Day 3 June, 12.00 – 1.30pm @ Ultimo, The Square* Come and visit the Ultimo TAFE Library Stall. We will be showcasing some of our environmental resources and databases such as GreenFILE, Plantfile and Environment complete plus a whole lot more. All staff are invited to join the worldwide celebration of positive action […]
Database Profile – Culinary Arts Collection. You can find this database at General OneFile (Infotrac). Infotrac is accessible from the library PC’c as well from home. To locate the database go to the Sydney Institute Library databases page , click on database login page link and follow the prompts. There you will see a list […]
Watch Moving Image Material Online from australianscreen online The National Film and Sound Archive’s australianscreen online is an interactive web-based resource that provides access to a wide variety of moving image material. It encompasses nearly 1400 Australian feature films, documentaries, advertisements and television programs from the last 110 years. A diverse selection of titles from […]
DID YOU KNOW THAT on the 6 October 2009 at 01:52:17 PM (Canberra time), the resident population of Australia is projected to be 22,005,958 This projection is based on the estimated resident population at 31 March 2009 and assumes growth since then of: one birth every 1 minute and 44 seconds, one death every 3 […]