If you need somewhere to study we have plenty of space in all three of our libraries. Narellan and Oran Park Library have individual study desks as well as bookable study rooms. Bookable study rooms are for study purposes only and appropriate student identification needs to be shown upon arrival to use these rooms.
HSC Quiet Study & Extended Hours
Need somewhere quiet to study in the lead up to the HSC?
In the lead up to the HSC we also set aside additional space specifically for HSC Quiet study.
LECTURES AND SEMINARS
Bookings can be made here
To maximise your HSC marks, you need to use a variety of resources and we can help.
- Try searching for articles and information in thousands of magazines, journals, newspapers, encyclopedias and reference books with our E-Research Resources or through the State Library E-Resources.
- Study Guides are located in the Youth section of our libraries. They can be located in the Library catalogue by doing a general keyword search for the name of a subject, along with the words 'study guide*'. For example, HSC English study guide* (Tip. * searches for guide and guides).
- Looking at the past to get ahead? Check out the collection of Past Papers on the NESA website and Learn the Lingo with their glossary of key words.
- Struggling with Citations? Check out this Academic Citation Resource Guide to get you on track.
Not sure what you are doing? Want more search tips? Try our How to find info Prezi.
Need some help with your Society & Culture PIP? Check out some award winning examples to give you some direction.
Alternatively Book-A-Librarian - a one-to-one session with an info seeking guru or get together a study group and book a session on your topic of choice!
For more information, check out these HSC websites:
|NESA||Inside a Break|
|Easy Bib - Reference Generator||Study TV|
|How to evaluate information||SLNSW: Area of study- Discovery help|
|Art of Smart: subject resources||Bored of Studies|