Resources and activities
The Library provides a range of research skills programs, resources and activities aligned with the University's blended learning approach:
- in person through collaboratively designed programs, often as part of coursework
- through blended approaches to learning using self-paced online tutorials and Library guides, and elearning tools.
- through drop-in sessions.
Research and Learning Online
Research and Learning Online provides resources to equip students with the skills they need to successfully complete their assignments, exams and research:
- studying at university
- academic integrity
- research and writing in different disciplines from undergraduate to graduate research level.
Library guides are a starting point for researching a topic.
Additional Library website resources include:
Improve your academic performance
The Library can assist students to identify and develop information research skills to improve their performance and progression through their studies.
As a result of Monash University's receipt of Federal Government funding through the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programme (HEPPP), the Library has developed services and programs that focus on improving access, participation, retention and success for students from low socio-economic status (SES) backgrounds.
Social inclusion-related programs are implemented across campuses. Please contact Anna Stokes to find out more.
Library staff have developed the Inclusive Teaching Toolkit for staff to help all students succeed at university.