The High Demand Collection holds books, videos and articles selected by lecturers as required reading for their units. These items are in high demand and can only be borrowed on a short-term basis of two hours.
For your second assignment you will need to find information about the United Nations Global Compact. Go to their website for more information about their ten principles, participants and stakeholders, business participation, communicating progress and local networks.
Also see examples of notable Communication on Progress (COP) reports as well as a list of non-communicating participants.
You can also do a catalogue search to find books about the United Nations Global Impact, using the catalogue search box above.
Have you found an item in the catalogue but don't know where to find it on the shelves? Click on the Available at link in the catalogue. You will see the level where the book is at and a shelf number.
You can access floor plans of the Robertson library (the main library) and a guide to subject area shelf numbers (sorted by Dewey numbers) below.