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HSC Resources and Services
Library provides a range of resources, programs and services to support HSC students.

eResources and study guides
Search for authentic information on various databases or check the availability of the study guides listed on library catalogue. 

Personal Interest Projects
Come into Harry Bailey Memorial Library, Coffs Harbour to view over 100 examples of leading projects collated by the State Library NSW. View and find out the winning aspects of these assignments that scored high distinction. Excerpts of these award winning Personal Interest Projects have been digitised by the State Library of NSW, to show excellence in various areas related to the construction of the PIPs. Due to their popularity, PIPs are not for loan.​ PIPS are prohibited from being photocopied.

Legal Information
The Library maintains a legal information collection. The collection includes 'Find legal answers' resources  that are easy-to-read, selected by State Library NSW. Some of these resources are specifically for students studying HSC legal Studies. Visit the Legal Information webpage to see a list of online resources and also check the catalogue for Legal Information Collection.​

Helpful Websites
State Library NSW has helpful study guides and online resources for HSC students. To access these resources, simply register online using your local library card.​​

Matrix Education has 'A beginners guide to acing HSC English' and described the scope of the HSC English area of study discovery. Check out the guides for other subjects in the Resources section.

NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) provides a range of HSC resources including HSC calendars; guidelines, rules and advice; syllabusesHSC examination papers (along with marking guidelines, sample answers and notes from the marking centre) from past year's HSC examinations. Also see the Board of Studies Partner Websites for a range of resources to support your HSC studies.​

Information sessions
Contact the library for group tours to showcase our various collections or to get information on specific resources to suit specific audiences.

Ask a Librarian
Haven't found the finding the information you require?
Ask a Librarian service provides you the option to make an online enquiry. You can fill in the online form and provide details of your specific request and the librarian can email you a list of resources or weblinks in response.​ You will require a valid library card and password to be able to access this service.​