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BMS162 Research Skills Guide: HOME


Welcome to the BMS162 Library Research Skills Guide.

This guide was made for you by Charles Sturt Library staff, in collaboration with the BMS162 lecturers.

It is designed to help with Assessment item 2 - Assignment - that is, to help you with your report on the mechanisms regulating a specific physiological factor.

You can work through this tutorial at your own pace, or dip into it as needed using the tabs and boxes, or the Next and Previous page links.

If you need further help, please contact me or the Library, as at right.

All the best with your studies in BMS162  - Tim Eggleston

BMS162 Library Video One - Introduction

Watch this recording for an introduction to using the Library for BMS162. There are chapters to help you find the bits you need (click on the ^ symbol at the bottom of the frame to see the table of contents and skip to the section you want to view), and you can speed it up if you like:

Help from a Librarian

You can contact me directly for assistance, Tim Eggleston -

(But note I will be on leave 1 - 5 August 2022 inclusive.)

OR you can contact the Library:

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