Using the Library – Teaching
The University Library provides a variety of services and resources to support your teaching and develop your students' information and research skills.
Resources for your unit
- Unit Readings
Provide access to your reading lists through Unit Readings.
Only textbooks that are available online for institutions should be set as essential textbooks. Get advice on the availability of online textbooks from your UWA librarians.
- Building your reading lists
Get advice on reading lists, resources in your discipline and the availability of online textbooks from your UWA librarians.
- Recommend a new resource for the Library
If we don’t hold a resource you would like to see in the library, let us know.
Build your students' information and research skills
- Support for research skills tailored for your unit
Get advice on embedding information and research skills in your unit, and find out about resources, sessions and programs.
- Information and digital literacy skills framework [PDF 257KB]
- Online learning resources for building research skills
- UWA Library YouTube Channel
Embed information and research skills videos in the LMS from our collection.
Referencing and plagiarism
- Academic Conduct Essentials (ACE)
A compulsory unit for all new students delivered via the LMS. Students can also revisit ACE at any time for an academic conduct refresher.
- Referencing and citation management support
Library Survival Guides on referencing concepts, citation management software and referencing styles.
- Text matching at UWA: Turnitin
Information on using Turnitin for staff and students.
Copyright support for teaching and learning
- Learn more about reproducing and sharing material for teaching and learning at Copyright and teaching.
- Include images, videos and other material in your learning resources with confidence. Sources of images and videos for teaching can be found in this guide.
- Visit the Library copyright webpages for information on copyright support at UWA
Visit one of our six libraries located across three campuses.
The Education, Fine Arts and Architecture Library is located at UWA’s Nedlands campus.Read more about EDFAA Library
J. Robin Warren Library
Professor (John) Robin Warren was a co-recipient, with Professor Barry J Marshall, of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2005 for their discovery that stomach ulcers were caused by the bacteria Helicobacter pylori.Read more about J. Robin Warren Library
Extensive study spaces and convenient facilities at the heart of the Crawley campusRead more about Reid Library
Beasley Law Library
A modern research area and vibrant study space for Law School students.Read more about Beasley Law Library