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Welcome to Library QuickTips

Library QuickTips are short, informative interactive videos with useful tips on anything relating to finding and using Library resources effectively: using Search, finding journal articles, finding course readings, borrowing, and many more. The interactive videos link directly to related resources for more detailed information.

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Google Scholar

Are you a bit of a Google Scholar user? Did you know you can go via the Library's webpage? Just look for the green Google tab. Check the radio button is on Google Scholar and type your search terms.

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Now when you're in Google Scholar, it will be checking the holdings at UNE.

So, remember, when you're thinking Google Scholar, think Library website.

And if you need any help finding information, don't hesitate to Ask A Librarian.


Primary Sources

Have you ever been required to include primary sources in your assignment?

What are primary sources? They're things captured at the time that the events happened. A diary written, a map made. And you can use the Library to find such sources.

One thing you can do, is, under the Find tab on our webpage go to the Subject Guides and look at the guide for News and Newspapers.

On the About Us tab you can also find Special Collections. UNE Library holds such collections.

Remember, if you are looking for primary sources, or anything else, don't hesitate to Ask A Librarian.



Hi! Have you heard about "Library@Lunch"? It's a series of webinars, designed to meet your information needs.

You can find them on our webpage. Look under Book A Room Or Workshop. Upcoming webinars are listed and you can also go to recordings of past sessions.

So, why don't you join the Library@Lunch?

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