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These pages provide a guide to locating Information Technology resources at Monash University Library. Subject coverage includes: computer systems, computer programming, IT in organizations, databases, networks and data communications, systems analysis and design, and IT project management.
The Library has substantial collections for teaching and research in these areas.
You will be expected to produce quality work using quality sources of information.
Many students spend many frustrating hours searching widely on the internet trying to find the quality information they require. Use the resources available to you in the Library to work smarter.
Use Search to find books on your topics and find whether Monash has holdings of relevant journals.
Enrol in a class to help you develop your information research skills and skills in preparing your assignments and other assessments.
Improve your communications skills. A range of resources will help you develop these skills for your studies and work in the future.
For students undertaking Higher Research degrees there are many resources that will help you get started and successfully publish your research.
Contact Librarians for Information Technology
Librarians can help you with:
Learning Skills Advisers for Information Technology
Learning Skills Advisers help students to improve their academic language and approaches to learning, including: