The Library offers a range of online resources which are ready to integrate into your teaching.
These resources are designed to support your students to develop their scholarly and digital capabilities. Please contact your subject liaison librarian to find out about other existing resources or to discuss creating new materials to meet the needs of your students.
- Research Essentials [guide]
- Your search options [video]
- Level up your search skills [video]
- Building a better search strategy [video]
Explore the University of Melbourne Library Vimeo Channel for more videos and online recordings of workshops and webinars.
Referencing guides and reference management programs
Re:cite is the hub for citing and referencing guides and help for students, including reference management programs (Endnote, Mendeley, Zotero, RefWorks, and LaTeX and BibTeX).
- Help your students to get started with their research and connect with high-quality information sources for a range of subject areas by providing them with links to Library Guides. These guides introduce students to the most relevant resources, including journals, books, databases, and more.
- Select guides to include in your lectures, tutorials, and LMS sites from the Essentials guide list and the most relevant subject area for your course, subject or assessment task.
- Your liaison librarian can help with selecting the most appropriate guide for your teaching.