Librarian plays an important roles in supporting research activities on the campus. As a research library, we are trying our best to engaged needs from our lecturers, students, and researchers. We provide comprehensive support guidance including research ethic, referencing and information literacy class.
Creating effective search strategies for locating and using library resources
EndNote is a reference manager software program that allows you to collect and organize your references and to create bibliographies. Join us as we will guide you from installation, manual input, importing citations from various platforms, up to creating your bibliography and reference lists. Don’t worry, we also will guide you on how to properly do your in-text citations.
Get introduced to various library collections and how to explore the Pendeta Discovery, our Web Public Access Catalogue. This session also covers borrowing, holds, and renewals that you can do online. Come and explore our digital resources and various repositories that includes resources such as thesis and electronic resources.
Need access to our Subscribed Online Databases or other Digital resources, even from home? Join us as we guide you through A-Z Online Databases, a one-stop-centre platform for our digital resources and get informed about different types of platforms and databases for your research, teaching and learning needs.
A systematic review summarises the results of available carefully designed healthcare studies (controlled trials) and provides a high level of evidence on the effectiveness of healthcare interventions.
Turnitin is one of the resources that can help to maintain the culture of academic integrity. We will guide you on how to create Turnitin account, submitting your documents, generate similarity report and filtering your similarity report
We will guide you on how to adept at searching online databases and print indexes, evaluate critically the content and incorporate the selected readings into a coherent, integrated and meaningful.