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Does the library have copies of all the text books?
The library has copies of all text books listed in the Reading List given by your School. The textbooks are available in the Main Collection and Reserve Collection sections.
Where do I find a list of text books that are required for my class?
The online link to the text book list is available on the home page of Taylor’s Library Website. You are able to search for your list by keying in your module codes under’ Course ID’. The latest list of textbook given by your lecturers will be listed under each programme and module.
Does the library have workshops or classes about using library resources?
Yes, the library does conduct classes on how to use and navigate the Library Catalogue and Online Databases. Students can ask their lecturer to contact any of the Librarians to schedule a class for them.
How can I access online journals?
The online journal can be accessed from the Taylor’s Library Website via this link http://taylorslibrary.taylors.edu.my/resources/e_journals
How do I find newspaper articles?
Newspaper articles can be accessed from the Taylor’s Library Website via this link http://taylorslibrary.taylors.edu.my/resources/online_newspapers
Can I use Google Scholar to find full text articles?
Google Scholar is used to find information on research topics from scholarly literature. You can search Google Scholar just as you would search regular Google, but you may find simple keywords searches to be insufficient for your quest to find journal articles that fit your topic, thesis, or research question.
Google Scholar allows advanced search options to modify your search. However, you would not have as many search limiting options as you would get in a traditional library database.
How can I get help with citations?
A citation is the way you inform your readers that certain material in your work came from another source. It also gives your readers important information such as:
- Title of the work
- Name and location of the publisher
- Date or year of the copy published
- Page numbers.
You can always get help with your citations by either visiting User Skills link in the Taylor’s Library Homepage or by asking the Information Services Desk.
On the Taylor’s Library Homepage click on the 'User Support' link under the 'User Skills' tab. Select 'Students' and then 'Referencing' where you will find 7 different styles of citations such as APA, MLA, Harvard, Vancouver, OSCOLA and IEEE Referencing Style.
Is there a librarian who covers my discipline? How can I contact him/her?
Yes, there is a Librarian who specifically covers your discipline. Search the Liaison Librarian’s name in the Library Website under the Library Service Contact.