1. Finding Information Resources
Information Resource are E-Resources found in our databases. This handbook helps you on how you can access these e-resources.
These can be accessed in two different Modes which are; Open Access and Subscription Databases
2. Getting Started With Google Classroom
Classroom is a new product in the suite of tools called Google Apps for Education. It gives teachers and professors a simple way to:
- grade, and
- return assignments paperless
Students can also conduct Discussions on the Classroom.
But for one to access the Classroom you have to setup your cuz.ac.zw email address.
3. How to find print Resources
Print Resources are the physical print books that are shelfed in the Library.
We as a CUZL use the Library of Congress Classification System, which is the one used to assigning call numbers to books and other items. A call number is an address which determines the item's location on the shelf. To understand more, click download below.
4. Using Mendeley
Mendeley is a contemporary reference manager that helps you keep references and literature for your research.
So, what is Mendeley exactly? Mendeley is free academic software that is available on all major platforms and in all modern browsers. That means you can use Mendeley on your Mac, on your PC, or in Linux. Mendeley offers you a desktop application that you run on your computer, a web library for when you’re not at your own computer, and an iOS application, so you can work on the go. We’ll see how the desktop and web components work together in a couple of slides.
You can manage citations of books,article and any publication. among other things. To get more info download the mendeley pdf document.
5. ProQuest Ebook Central
ProQuest Ebook Central an Ebook platform which was populary known as Ebrary
The new platform has a bigger e-book collection on a variety of subjects and is more user friendly
This is a quick guide on how you can use this platform
6. CUZ Research Handbook
This handbook was prepared by the Research Board of the Catholic University of Zimbabwe (CUZ) for use as a primary reference source and guide for all researches. It provides an overview of research requirements with which students and researchers in general must familiarize themselves. The handbook is not intended to provide a prescriptive research process, nor does it seek to be a comprehensive guide for undertaking academic research. Rather, it serves as a guide and aims to clarify research expectations and ensure a modicum of consistency.
Except for the Faculty variations in terms of organization and structure of research manuscripts and dissertations, this handbook highlights basic research expectations that are universal. Students are made aware of good academic research practice and of conduct in accordance with professional and ethical principles.