Resources about writing skills are generally located in the 808 area of the library shelves. Here are examples of both print and ebook resources that could assist with writing and spelling in English.
Being able to listen and speak in English can be a difficult skill to master. The following are print and ebook resources you may find helpful.
Our libraries have a range of Readers at different skill levels so you can practice reading in English. We have other reading resources as well.
Need help with English grammar? Here are just a few of our resources.
We have a range of resources aimed at developing your number and mathematics skills.
Search our ebook collections for relevant titles.
Audio tracks to accompany the AMEP Picture Dictionary.
Click the 'Audio Tracks' tab above to access the tracks.
AMEP Picture Dictionary audio tracks.
Harris, C. [Producer]. (2019). AMEP Picture Dictionary [Audio file]. South Metropolitan TAFE.
Need help with resume writing, interview skills, career planning and other employment related topics? Here are some streamed video suggestions:
DVD and CD resources may be borrowed from some of our libraries. Some suggestions:
The following titles are just a few available from our streamed video collections. You can view them both on and off campus using your student or staff ID and network password. We advise using a browser such as Chrome.
These titles are available either from our streamed collections or on DVD. See the DVD catalogue record for availability.
Get Wise - Your Health & Wellbeing
Get Wise - Your Money
Get Wise - Work & Study
Get Wise - Your Time Out
Get Wise - Your Communication
Get Wise - You & Me
These are our streamed video collections you can search for relevant videos.
Tip: videos play best in Chrome.