Subject specific dictionaries and encyclopedias are a great starting point for research.They can provide concise explanations of theories, concepts and terms, as well as suggest sources for further reading. Try:
The Library's collection of e-books is growing all the time. Limit search results to Books and Full Text Online.
Benefits of e-books include:
Here are some titles to help get you started:
Copies of current course textbooks and Reading List books and DVDs are kept in the Reserve collection. Here are are some textbooks and chapter sources, used for courses in the Media, Film and Communication Dept:
Keep up to date with a weekly selection of the latest new MFCO books on display in the Central Library Recent Arrivals area:
Books and other media resources are held in a number of libraries on the Dunedin campus including:
Call number areas you may wish to browse include:
Central Library -
Audiovisual resources can be used in Central Library on Floor 2, group study rooms, or use your laptop.
Hocken Collections - as it is not possible to browse the shelves, check the Catalogue first, or ask a Librarian for help
Submit your request through our Get It Interloan service.
Library users can search for items then create requests for items not held in the University of Otago Library, and monitor the progress of those requests.
Books interloaned from NZ or Australian libraries are free, but overseas loans are $25.