Charles Darwin University Library links automatically show when you search Google Scholar on campus.
Full text @ CDU shows that full text is available. Open these links in a new tab or window so you can go back to the original search.
If you are off campus/at home you will need to tell Google Scholar to use CDU as your institution.
Go to Google Scholar and select Settings. In the Library Links search box, enter 'Charles Darwin University'. Tick the box beside the name then 'save'. Searching at home should now indicate when the resource is available via CDU Library.
Alternatively, view this short video on YouTube to set up your preferences.
If you are not sure where or how to find information, struggle with referencing, need access to a computer, need a book or just a friendly person to talk to, come and see us at the library. If you are studying online, send us an email or call us.
Liaison Librarians are here to assist you for researching and referencing.
The Liaison Librarians can help you:
During semester hours (semester 1 and 2) students are able to drop in for assistance at Casuarina Library, Monday to Friday 10am-1pm (starting week 1 of the semester).
After these hours or during the semester break contact the librarians directly for assistance.
If you are studying externally please contact us via email or phone Monday - Friday 8am -4.30pm.
Phone: 08 89467014
Here are a few links that might also assist you:
The Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP) is a free service available to CDU students.
The ALLSP staff can assist you to:
On the ALLSP Study Skills website you will find a comprehensive range of study skills information like for example:
ALLSP offers free workshops on-campus and online to support you as you learn academic skills, like:
Use the Workshop Schedule link on the workshop website to see what is offered during the semester.
If you have missed a workshop, have a look at the archived recorded workshops.
Talk to ALLSP staff on email@example.com, or phone the team on (08) 8946 7459 or 1800 157 900.
The following subject LibGuides may also be useful during the course of your studies, depending on your subject specialty and which units you are currently undertaking: