This guide will help you to find and use all the available useful sources to help you get just what you need fast!
Begin with Library Catalogue
When you get your first assignment, look for information on your topic in Library Catalogue – the Library’s search engine. Remember to log in first, so you can search all collections, place holds, add titles to an eShelf and renew your loans.
Depending on your assignment you may also need to use one of our specialised databases. Databases are extremely useful tools for researching specific information, recent information and scholarly articles.
This is just a selection of the thousands of ebooks available
Business Law by Nickolas James; Timothy ThomasBusiness Law, 5th Edition (James et al.) is written for business students to provide a clear and accessible introduction to the legal system. Business law courses are the first exposure to law for many business students and the first time they are obliged to think deeply about the discipline. This updated edition presents business law in a practical context rather than the doctrinal context that many major legal publishers use. The Business Law interactive e-text features a range of instructional media content designed to provide students with an engaging learning experience. This includes practitioner videos from Herbert Smith Freehills, animated work problems and questions with immediate feedback. This new edition is a unique resource that can form the basis of a blended learning solution for lecturers.
Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) has been put together by the Melbourne University Law Review and the Melbourne Journal of International Law. The AGLCprovides Australia with a uniform system of legal citation
Produced by the World Bank, provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement. Indicators are comparable across 175 economies. Regulatory costs of business can be used to analyse specific regulations that enhance or constrain investment, productivity and growth.
Click Data in the top toolbar, select an economy from the Economy Snapshots dropdown menu. Click Get all Data in the right hand column, to see historical data sets and trends