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How to reference in the Harvard style
CiteMaker Part 1: Shortcut
CiteMaker instructions part 1 - using the shortcut to generate references for books or websites.
CiteMaker Part 2: Build it yourself
Build the citations for a book or website yourself by entering the information into CiteMaker.
A quick introduction to using the basic search function on Worldbook - but there is so much more you can do!
A quick overview of the various information and search functions available on Britannica, as well as unpacking the useful functions of an article.
A brief introduction to using the EBSCO Explora database for research.
Australia/New Zealand Points of View Reference Centre
A brief overview of the Points of View Reference Centre. This database is helpful for preparing for debates or essays that are comparative, persuasive or argumentative.
A brief overview of navigating the ECHO Online databases, which provides analysis of contemporary news and media issues.
A brief introduction on using Weblinks - a smart search engine to help you find credible and educational websites.
A brief introduction to using The Age Digital Newspaper, including how to scroll through the current newspaper and also access back issues.
Story Box Library
A brief introduction to using Story Box Library - an online library featuring Australian picture books.