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  • 1. Databases: CIT provides access to a number of subject specific and general databases.eJournals : CIT subscribes to ejournals that are available for your access. You can identify what dates the library holds by looking at the information next to the titleeBooks: ebooks are electronic books. You can access a few useful titles from the Online Resources pageWebsites: The online resources page provides links to some external websites that have proved useful for CIT studentsAustralian content All items with this symbol include Australian based information
  • 2.  Keywords: This area includes terms that you will find useful to search by including their Dewey number New books: This area allows you to quickly see new titles relevant to your studies Short loan items: This area lists the titles that your teachers have placed on a shorter lending period, in order to ensure all students have access to the information Reference books: This area identifies some reference items that are specific for your course This page also provides details on how to gain further information from CIT Library staff
  • 3.  Journals:This area lists journals CIT provides access to and their dewey numbers Databases:This area has links to databases that cover business related journals and articles SuperSearch:Provides a link to the SuperSearch tool
  • 4. This page provides useful links, separated into categories to make it easier to find what you are looking for Business Accounting Legal
  • 5.  Thispage provides students with information about copyright and plagiarism. It outlines rules you need to follow and tips on how to avoid doing the wrong thing. It is essential that all CIT students understand what is expected of them in regards to copyright and plagiarism.
  • 6.  Thispage provides sources students can use to assist them with their study habits and tips on how to write their assignments. It also includes the six steps of Information Literacy that will help all students find and use information in the most valuable way.