The College Resource Centre provides a range of resources to students. It is the place to study, read, or access online resources between the hours of 8.15am and 4.30 pm. It houses newspapers, magazines, texts, novels, reference materials, printers and online resources, all for student use.
Students may browse the library shelves for novels to read; use the search terminals to seek resources to research particular topics of interest. Our Centre has twenty four desk top computers, all with online connectivity and wireless connectivity for netbook and notebook online usage.
The Centre also offers lunchtime activities for students such as Chess Club and Book Club, or a space to read and complete work and seek teacher assistance.
- Dictionary.com – this site also links to an online thesaurus as well.
- Countries of the World – quick facts about countries.
- Maths Online – a reference guide with maths help and formulae
- BBC Grammar Help – improve your english and writing skills.
- Internet Public Library – Kidspace – handy ready reference site
- Your tutor Online Homework Help – Hume Library is part of this service and you must be a member to join.
- Cybersmart – A government resource for online research
Having trouble organising a bibliography? The Sydney Institute of Tafe presents an easy guide. Just click on the resource you want to cite and the link takes you to a citation engine which will produce the reference for you.
One-Stop Study Shop for Students
An excellent website launched by the State Library of Victoria to assist students with their research, essay and study skills. The site is called Ergo and is very practical in the assistance it offers.