Reference services for students
The reference area and collection, located on the lower ground floor at the City’s Joondalup library, provides a quiet study and research environment with free Wi-Fi, a variety of seating and Internet access. The two small-group study rooms are currently not available.
Resources for students
The Reference collection includes a comprehensive set of ATAR exam papers and revision guides, an up-to-date book collection and access to a wide variety of online databases and other resources to assist with your assignments, revision and study during the year.
Subject guides – new
Subject guides to the Libraries’ resources are now available for download. Just select the subject area of interest below:
- Subject Guide – Literature, English and Drama
- Subject Guide – Humanities, Arts and Social Science
- Subject Guide – Science
ATAR course revision and exam preparation
The Joondalup library holds a range of course revision and exam-revision resources for the following ATAR subjects:
- Maths (Specialist, Methods and Applications, as well as WACE 2AB to 3CD)
- English and English Literature
- Human Biology
- Accounting and Finance
- Modern History
- Politics and Law
These resources may be consulted in the Reference section of the Joondalup Library.
The book collection includes resources relevant to each of the above subjects, as well as Ancient History, Business Management and Enterprise, Children, Family and the Community, Earth and Environmental Science, Food Science, Health Studies, Marine and Maritime Studies, Materials Design and Technology, Media Production and Analysis, Philosophy and Ethics, Religion and Life and Visual Arts.
Access to online resources is available through the Online Resources link on the Library Catalogue using your library membership.
The online resources include ProQuest, a multi-disciplinary, international database containing information in the sciences, technology, humanities, arts and health; and Informit, a set of Australian databases in the humanities, social sciences, arts and families and communities. There are also subject-based links to selected Internet resources available.
Exam supervision (not invigilation) is currently not available.