Selecting information has become complex because there is so much information available. This means one has to be very selective based on some important criteria like; relevance to research question, authority, depth of analysis and currency.
The internet can be the researcher's best friend or their worst enemy if they are not information literate.
We have a good and up-to-date book collection that can be searched using the Oliver OPAC.
For research well beyond the realms of curriculum coverage it is likely that there will be limited coverage in our book collection and researchers will be looking to other authorative options.
Not all of the library's periodicals subscriptions are available either online or in electonic copy. For complete information abut the library's perioicals holding visit the magazines and newspapers page on the library website.
If your research is in a highly specialised area like medicine or engineering it is best to contact the Teacher-Librarian who will assist in seeking assistance with the libraries in the universities.