JCU Libraries support for Indigenous students

Swift, Claire
July 2008
inCite;Jul2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p15
The article focuses on the Indigenous services at the James Cook University Libraries in Australia. These include an online interactive information literacy module to assist students to find information Indigenous topics and the Indigenous Health Careers Access Program which designed to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to enhance their academic skills.


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