Bachelor of Criminology: Overview

This guide is intended to assist students who are studying criminology.  It provides access to a wide range of criminology resources, as well as information about referencing.  Use the menu positioned on the left side of this page to explore this guide.

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Library Research Classes for Criminology - Semester 1, Block 3,  2024.

APA- Referencing

This interactive class is suitable for beginners, or those wishing to improve their APA skills.

10am Wed 8 May (60 Minutes) - Online
3pm Tue 14 May (60 Minutes) - Online

Bookings may be made via the Learning Hub - link below.
https://learninghub.vu.edu.au/students/events?descending=false&page=1&sortBy=Start&studentSiteId=1&text=1927

 A variety of referencing styles are used at VU.  If you are unsure which style to use, ask your lecturer/tutor which style they require.  And, always refer to the instructions included with your assignment.

Criminology - Library Class

This class introduces criminology students to a step-by-step approach to quickly and efficiently locate journal articles for use in criminology assignments.

1pm Thu 9 May (60 minutes) - Online

Bookings may be made via the Learning Hub - link below.
https://learninghub.vu.edu.au/students/events?descending=false&page=1&sortBy=Start&studentSiteId=1&text=1897

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