Ursula Frayne Education Resource Centre

We are located on the North side of the Knight Street campus, and are open from 8.00am until 5.30pm Monday to Thursday and from 8.00am until 4.00pm on Fridays, including recess and lunchtimes.

There is also a branch of the Education Resource Centre at the Emmaus Campus with a collection of books. This space is open for borrowing on regular occasions each week.

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There are over 30,000 resources in print and digital formats in our collection, including all of the latest fiction to meet every interest and ability. In the Education Resource Centre you will find current, up-to-date non-fiction books, chosen to assist you with your school work.

Inside the Education Resource Centre you will be able to enjoy innovative displays which promote a love of reading and literature. There are also a number of places for you to study, engage in your learning or kick back on a bean-bag and immerse yourself in a great novel. There are lots of opportunities for you to extend your reading.

Ursula Frayne Education Resource Centre

The Education Resource Centre (ERC) website is designed to help you with your learning. We have a wide range of resources available for you, both in the ERC and online.  Spend some time exploring our site to find out more about what we can offer you.

Use our Subject Guides to locate resources relevant to your subjects and tasks.  You will be directed to online resources and those that can be found in the ERC to help you complete assessment tasks and other class work.

Explore our other pages to get valuable tips and hints about how to research effectively, create a bibliography, study effectively and more.

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