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A guide to resources for Ara courses in Media, Journalism, Radio, Television and Screen


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Image: Aunt Daisy, also known as Maud Ruby Basham. New Zealand Free Lance: Photographic prints and negatives. Ref: 1/2-046733-F.
Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.

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This guide is to help you find information to support your studies. 
Use the tabs along the top to find what you need.
Help is available under the How Do I? tab.  

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AskLive is our instant messaging service. You can chat with the library by entering your question in the box below that says “Type here to chat …”

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Ask Live operates during our opening hours at City campus, Christchurch. We are open 7 days.

Please note:

  • In the evenings and weekends, specialised support may not be available. If so, your question may be referred to an expert for action on the next working day.
  • In My Ara, under “Learning Resources” you may also find what you need by entering keywords in the box on the "Learning Resources" page in My Ara.

Information and Research Skills

For help on how to find, evaluate and present information we recommend the Information skills subject guide This guide will ensure an easier pathway to academic success!  We also have a Research subject guide  for those of you taking your studies to the next level.   

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