Hargrave Andrew Library
The Hargrave Andrew Library is located at 13 College Walk (Building 30), Clayton Campus.
Geoscience is the study of the evolution and composition of Earth and other planets in our solar system. Geoscienses encompasses a range of disciplines including geology, geophysics and geochemistry.
The School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment is based on the Clayton campus. Library materials are held mainly in the Hargrave-Andrew Library with some related materials held in most branches, including the Matheson Library. The Map Collection at the Hargrave-Andrew Library includes texts and maps relevant to Geosciences.
See also Guides for related subject areas:
Geographical Science; Atmospheric Science; Environmental Science; Civil Engineering; Biological Science
Librarians and Learning Skills Advisers
Librarians can help you with:
- how and where to start researching your topic
- effective use of databases and internet resources
- effective search strategies
- finding and evaluating information
- using the Library's collections
Please email your Librarian to make an appointment
Learning skills advisers assist students in improving their academic language and approaches to learning, including:
- academic English
- study methods and exam preparation
- effective listening and note-taking
- problem-solving and critical thinking
- reading strategies
- essay, report and thesis writing
- writing for research projects
- oral communication and presentation
Drop-in sessions with learning skills advisers are offered at all Library branches and run during each semester. No bookings are required for these 10-15 minute consultations, during which you can seek assistance with any aspect of your academic study.