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TAFEcat Support: Getting Started

About the New Look TAFEcat

Welcome to the new look TAFEcat.

The new catalogue includes one-stop access to a larger range of resources plus improvements and new features that make searching the library's collection easier:

  • Over 474,000 searchable catalogue records for hard copy and eResources
    • relevancy ranking and autocomplete
    • easy to use filters
  • 'My account' access with TAFEcard and Library PIN login: 
    • save searches, make and email lists
    • renew items on loan 
    • place a hold (reservation) for items currently on loan to others
  • Access to our subscription databases  
    • access full text journal articles with one click
  • New permalink structure for easy bookmarking
  • Ready for all devices.

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Search the Catalogue

Find library resources for your course


Bookmarking and Sharing Your TAFEcat Search Results

The new TAFEcat makes bookmarking and sharing item records and search results even easier. The URL at the top of each item details page or search results page is a permanent link to the record or the search results. These links can be used in emails, Moodle content or to create RSS feeds.

                                    screenshpt TAFEcat RSS feed icon

Wherever you see the RSS feed icon box at the top of your results, you can also right-click to access a range of sharing options, including a QR code generator.

Join Our Spotlight on the New TAFEcat Session

Unlock the full potential of the new and improved TAFE NSW library catalogue to help you in your studies! Uncover insider tips and tricks on searching for resources related to your course. Discover how to search using a range of options such as physical or online resources, or by subject or author.

No sessions listed? More sessions will be running in the future