State Library of South Australia

The Research Project and State Library Resources [opportunity 1]

Time: 10 to 11.30am

Location: Meet in the ground floor glass foyer

Note: Free, bookings essential. Not available in term 4.

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Suitability: years 10 to 12
90 minutes
Monday to Friday
up to 30 students
Education Librarian

Gain a competitive edge by enhancing research skills at the State Library.

This introduction to resources and how to access them, is facilitated by Community Learning Librarians. Students can search their own topics using BYO devices or the Library's iPads.

Discover and use

  • eResources, including access to databases that provide newspaper and journal articles
  • FREE home access to databases
  • over 600,000 books
  • hardcopy magazines and newspapers
  • the most comprehensive South Australian published and archival collections
  • maps and geodata
  • digital collections
  • audio/visual collections
  • photographs and images
  • Library Guides developed specifically to provide research assistance
  • subject guides and pointers to useful resources, and
  • friendly professional advice and services

The session also covers an orientation to Library spaces, services.

Register now  or for Term 4



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Contact: Community Learning Team

Phone: 8207 7239

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