Generic, self-directed learning opportunities, or one-to-one assistance, at the point of need

  1. Online tutorials
  2. Library Resource Guides 
  3. Individual support via phone, chat, discussion board, email or face to face assistance
  4. Online Library Workshops

1. Online tutorials

Short video tutorials that show:

  • how to use library resources and services
  • how to use different search tools
  • information concepts such as peer review or topic analysis


See all training tutorials & videos

2. Library Resource Guides

Library Resource Guides can be a starting point for students research, providing a curated collection of library and information resources for CSU disciplines and key study areas.

Library Resource Guides can be :

  • Added to your subject's Interact 2 site
  • Developed for your particular discipline in consultation with Library staff

See all Library Resource Guides


3. Individual support

Let students know that they can contact library staff for assistance via our toll free number, live chat, web form, discussion board, or visit us in the library.

See details for accessing the Ask a Librarian service

4. Online Library Workshops

These workshops are delivered using Adobe Connect at the beginning of each session. Topics covered include:


  • Introduction to Library Services
  • Online journals
  • EndNote


Online Library Workshops are promoted to students through Student News and social media. Teaching staff are informed via What's New & News and emails from the Library's Faculty Liaison librarians. 


See current or past Online Library Workshops