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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.

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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

Useful Websites

We provide targeted educational programs to families, professionals and the broader community.
Communication Rights Australia is the leading human rights information and advocacy organisation for people with a disability, prioritising those with communication support needs.
The resource focuses on specific learning difficulties that fall into three categories: dyslexia (reading); dysgraphia (written expression) and dyscalculia (mathematics) and provides practical advice for non-specialist teachers to assist in identifying and supporting students.
To support the inclusion of students with moderate to severe disabilities in government schools.
Dyslexia Australia supports a  Multi-sensory solution to reading and associated behavioral and emotional difficulties experienced through dyslexia.  Dyslexia Australia can help should you be seeking an alternative to phonic based tutoring.
From the Australian Parenting Website: Special education teachers support students with disability, specific learning difficulties and behaviour disorders. They also help other school staff in their work with these students.
Department of Education NSW
his Innovation Program is part of our delivery of the Disability Strategy which aspires to build an education system in which children with disability thrive academically, develop good physical, mental and emotional health, and gain the skills to live a fulfilling, independent life post-school. More information is available on the Disability Strategy webpage.
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