TOUR 1001: Understanding Travel and Tourism

TOUR 1001: Understanding Travel and Tourism


Here are four things you need to know
about the Library for Understanding Travel and Tourism. Where is the Library? You don’t have to be on campus to use the Library. From the library website you
can search for and access e-books, journal articles and many other resources. You can access these anytime, on any device wherever you are, whether you’re at home
on the couch or on the bus. If you’d like to come in in person and find a place to study, the City West Library is located in the Jeffrey Smart building on Hindley
Street. The building has Wi-Fi and printing facilities, and is open 24-hours a day 7 days a week. Study rooms are available for individual or group study. You can book a study room from the Library website or the student app. Where can I find my textbook? Your textbook for this course is available as an e-book via the Library catalogue. In the search box, type in the book title and then click on the magnifying glass. From the search results look for the book with the correct author and edition, and then click on the title. This will open the library catalogue record for the book. to open the e-book, click on one of the links to ProQuest Ebook Central. If you’re on a computer, the book will open in your browser. You can view individual chapters or click
Read Online. This will let you browse through the whole book within your browser. Where can I find information for my assignments? The Library has put together online subject guides to help you find
information in a range of areas. To access these, go to the top banner on the Library website and click on GUIDES. Scroll down the alphabetical list and
click on Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management. Have a look at Plan your
search. This page will give you some ideas to get started with searching. Using the advice you learnt from the
subject guide, put together a search term to try in the Library catalogue. From the menu on the left you can filter
your search to make the results more relevant. To show you only e-books, from
the resource type select Books. Also select full-text online. To change your search filters, click reset filters. You can also choose to show only
peer-reviewed journals, and change the publication date to make your results more recent. You may need to try different search terms until you find what you’re looking for. When you’ve found an item that you want to read, click on the title and then click on the online-access link to open it. Where can I get help? There are plenty of different ways to get help from the Library. If you’re in the Jeffrey Smart building, you can contact Library staff by using
one of the service points located on levels 2, 3, 4 & 5. We can also help you from wherever you are. From the Library homepage, go to Ask the
Library. You can contact us by a phone chat or email. Don’t hesitate to get in touch because we’re available until midnight on weekdays and from 10 am to
6 pm on weekends. No question is too big or too small, and we’re here to help.

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