This page will help you get more out of your Library resources for your assignments, projects and dissertations in Nutrition

• Choosing your sources - first steps

How to choose the most appropriate source for your research

fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery


  • The Library Catalogue contains details of books, journals, DVDs and other materials held by the library in physical form as well as many resources available electronically (eg. e-books and databases).


  • Use the Library Catalogue to see if a print book is in stock in the Library and where to find it.  You can use the catalogue to reserve a book if it is out on loan.


  • A 'search term' may be all or part of a title, author, publisher or simply subject keywords.
  • A guide to the using the library catalogue can be found here



• Ebook collections

Access to subject specific collections of ebooks and large multidisciplinary collections

• Getting started with Discovery

Use Discovery to find a range of resources including books, journal articles and audio visual material.

Independent Research - beyond the basics

How to develop and apply advanced search techniques using a range of specialist resources including databases. Links to online resources from organisations and professional bodies.

Your Subject Team

 Hannah Britcher

Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3227

 Marie Smith

Assistant Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3339