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Melbourne Institute of Technology Library Homepage: Home

The home base for MIT's Libraries in Melbourne and Sydney.

Tip: To find prescribed items, search for the subject code (eg. BK313 or ITECH1100)

Contact the Library

Melbourne Library
Level 3,
288 La Trobe St
Melbourne VIC 3000
03 86006722
library@mit.edu.au

Opening hours
Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Sydney Library
Level 3,
154 Sussex St
Sydney NSW 2000
02 82671411
library.syd@mit.edu.au

Opening hours
Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 5:00PM

What's on at the Library

Thursday 15th April 2PM - 3PM: A tour of the digital Library and beyond (online)

Join Library Team Leader Luc for an overview of the best places online to get research and reading material for your assessments. Bring your assignment questions to get tailored help and practical information you can implement straight away!

Thursday 29th April 10AM – 4PM: Games Day in the Library (Melbourne campus only)

Room 308 in the Library will be set up as a games lounge all day. A range of table top, board, and video games will be available to play. Bring your friends, some snacks, and the desire to win!

Thursday 13th May 12PM – 1PM: APA Referencing workshop (online)

Luc the Librarian will cover the referencing style used by the School of Business, demonstrating tips and tricks to make the referencing process easier.

Thursday 13th May 2PM – 3PM: IEEE Referencing workshop (online)

Luc the Librarian will cover the referencing style used by the School of IT & Engineering, demonstrating tips and tricks to make the referencing process easier.

Thursday 27th May 2PM – 3PM: Zotero workshop (online)

If you’re working with a large number of research tasks or references, you likely need help managing them all. Zotero is a free bibliographic management tool that stores and organizes reference information and automatically creates in-text citations and reference lists. This workshop will cover getting started with Zotero, and show how it integrates with Word and Google Docs.

The Sydney Library will be open during replacement classes:

Saturday 10th April 2021 and Saturday 17th April 2021

10am - 3pm

Federation University staff and students can access their library here

Click to access the Federation University Library
Find information to get started with research and referencing with subject guides
Access academic databases, ebooks, journals, and more with online resources

Learn and refresh your knowledge of APA or IEEE style referencing here

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