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Guidance, Counselling and Career Development LibGuide: Getting Started

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Remember that there are many people who are there to help and support you throughout your course including:

  • Library staff
  • Learning Advisors
  • The Accessibility team
  • Counsellors
  • Peer mentors
  • Your lecturers, tutors and classmates
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Use these databases to search for scholarly journal articles

These databases are specialised search tools that will specialised search tools that will help you find high-quality journal articles and more.

Most will allow you to narrow down to peer-reviewed or scholarly publications, which is the kind of information your lecturers want to see in your assignments.

You'll find additional databases on the Articles, Books & More tab.

Important resources

The interactive Guidance, Counselling and Career Development Communities site is directed towards building the international mindedness of our postgraduate programs and the counselling profession at large. Students across our tri-city campuses have the opportunity to engage with the content in a variety of ways thus further developing their appreciation of the profession. We have structured the site to ensure it encompasses relevant information that compliments rather than duplicates learning in your subjects.
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One Search

One Search is a good place to start searching for books, ebooksjournal articles, and our e-journal content all at once.

  • Use the Content Type, Subject Terms and Publication Date options on the left to refine your search.
  • For eBooks  tick 'Full Text Online' and 'Book/eBook'.

One Search is also available on the Library home page.

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Info Skills Road Trip

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