The New Library Website Is Here!
We have redesigned our website to align with the look of the NMIT web presence. The library website has a fresh and modern interface with clear features for better navigation.
It provides bright obvious access options for all the searches you will need to locate resources and to find information about library services.
Some of the key changes are:
· Fresh familiar interface similar to the NMIT website
· Bright clear layout for ease of searching
· Navigation includes five simple headings - Borrow, Find, Help, Services and About
· Quicklinks to frequently performed tasks such as renew your loans, opening hours, databases & eJournals A-Z, chat to a librarian, and reference your work.
· Funky dynamic word cloud linking to the most tagged LibGuides
· Adaptability for mobile devices
What we have not changed is the FindIt@ search box. It is still the best place to start any of your research. Similar to Google search, FindIt@ is a single search interface where you can find everything NMIT library holds on a topic.
There is so much at your fingertips – please explore and enjoy. Visit http://library.nmit.vic.edu.au/
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Monday, July 22, 2013
Learn a bit more about how the library works... the library is running an introductory lunchtime session for new staff.
When: Tuesday 30th July
Where: Fairfield campus library Q202
Come along if you can!
Monday, July 15, 2013
Visit the Library stand at your campus Re-O Week event for competition details. See you there!
Collingwood: Tues 16th July
Greensborough: Wed 17th July
Heidelberg: Thurs 18th July
Preston: Mon 22nd July
Epping: Wed 24th July
Fairfield: Thurs 25th July
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Want that research edge or need to find the best information for your assignment?
Faculty Librarians are on hand at the following times for you to touch base.
Click the link for contact details
Don't forget to make an appointment to make sure they are not double booked.
George Eraclides, Epping
Janet Buick, Preston
Dianne Wisth, Fairfield
Shirley Ward, Heidelberg
Monday 2.00-4.30 & Wednesday 11.00-1.00
Robyn Ciuro, Preston
Faculty Librarian for Higher Education
NMIT Library Preston
T: 9269 1370
Monday, July 1, 2013
Adding value to your student card for copying and printing is easier with new add value machines at all NMIT libraries. The new machine accepts coins and notes and uses a colour touchscreen. Just touch the screen to begin.
Please note that the machines do not give change. Ask the library staff if you need change for large denomination notes.
To add value with EFTPOS, please ask the library staff.