Nau Mai Haere Mai | Welcome | Afio Mai | Aere Mai | Malo e me'a mai | Fakatalofa atu | Bula | Fakaalofa lahi atu | Ulu tonu mai! This guide is a starting point for studying and researching English at the University of Otago, and connects you to books, article databases & journal, major reference works, and other key sources, as well as information about citing and referencing.
Some of these more specialised databases may also be relevant for your research topic.
There are many ways to get help at the Library
This guide lists key databases and journals you can use for finding articles and books for your assignments. Use keyword and topic searches to find relevant information on your topic.
For other questions:
* EXPLORE the Ask Library FAQs, or
* MESSAGE Library staff via LibChat for instant answers during business hours.
LIBRARY 101 workshops are designed to introduce students to the Library at Otago. Learn how to navigate our libraries, and sharpen your research and referencing skills!
Book now at the links below:
LIBR101: Navigating the Library [Tuesday 25th July, 11am]
Get an introduction to the Library and our services.
LIBR102: Search Skills: Library Search | Ketu and Databases [Tuesday 8th August, 11am]
Learn how to search effectively using Library Search | Ketu and library databases.
LIBR103: Referencing Skills
Learn why referencing matters and how to do it correctly, using APA as our example style.
If you are interested but cannot attend at the given time, just register and you'll receive a video recording of the session afterwards. We look forward to seeing you!