The Cairnmillar Institute Librarians are available to support you with your studies and assist you with locating resources, research strategies, APA 7 referencing and more.
Cairnmillars’ databases are collections of online resources, which provide access to articles, reports, videos, ebooks and more.
APA 7th is an author-date referencing style and is based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition.
Library Lunchtime Sessions - Semester 1 2024
The Library is offering Lunchtime Sessions for Semester 1. The Library lunchtime sessions will run every day for the week beginning Monday 4th March, from 12.15pm – 12.45pm.
These informal 30-minute lunchtime sessions are open to all students and will take you through the essentials of navigating the library and accessing online resources, and include:
✓ How to sign in, access your library card, renew items, and request items online
✓ How to locate and access resources online
✓ And… answer any (Library related) questions you may have.
If attending on campus, please feel free to bring your lunch!
Monday 4th March, Tuesday 5th March, Wednesday 6th March, Thursday 7th March, and Friday 8th March, from 12.15pm – 12.45pm.
On campus in room 4A
OR join us on TEAMS:
Microsoft Teams meeting
Join on your computer, mobile app or room device
Meeting ID: 443 151 767 928
Cairnmillar Library Feedback Form
We value your feedback.
The Library would love to know your thoughts. Any and all ideas, feedback and suggestions are welcome. We want to know where we did well, and if there are any areas where we could improve.
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Library Opening Hours and Location
The library is located at Hawthorn Campus and is accessible during Campus hours.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Public Holidays: Closed
Access to the Library’s online collection is available at any time.
Acknowledgement of Country
The Cairnmillar Institute acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we are meeting. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities who may be here today.