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Services for students

The Library offers borrowing and access to electronic resources as well as computers and printing in the Library.
You can also book study rooms for group work.

Where to get help

Your Faculty Librarian is available for more in-depth assistance such as conducting a search for a literature review, or other queries you may have. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment.

In person and online appointments are available.

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We answer lots of common questions. Maybe your question has already been answered. If you can't find an answer, submit your own question via our form, email or even SMS

Search FAQs

The Library can assist you with accessing and searching the Library’s resources. Ask us in person in the Library or via the Ask A Librarian page for help with:

  • Finding books, articles and other resources for an assignment
  • Accessing resources for your subjects including textbooks and readings
  • Learning to navigate and get the most out of the different databases
  • Setting up and using reference management software such as EndNote, Mendeley or RefWorks

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Finding information

Start your research the right way with a Library Research Guide. The librarians create useful and user-friendly guides on subject areas and topics to share their knowledge of key information sources and suggested pathways to find the best information and resources. Read more

The Library collection includes over 125,000 titles plus 2,000 print journal titles, access to over 85,000 electronic journals, 200,000 ebooks and subscriptions to over 120 databases. With Library Search you can not only search for items physically in the library like books and DVDs, but you can also discover online resources like journals or newspaper articles.

Library Search is also where you can sign in to request books and articles, see your current loans and requests, save searches and results to your Collection for future use.

Start Searching

Place a Click & Collect request on resources via Library Search for collection in the Main and Law Libraries.

If you are studying remotely and cannot visit the Library, you can use the Digitisation request option for portions of books and articles. Typically we can digitise 1 chapter or 10% of a book, or a journal article.

When the library doesn't have the item you're after, place a request for it in Library Search and we'll attempt to supply it from another library for you. Delivery time for digital chapters and articles is usually less than 1day!

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Take your information and library skills to the next level by trying these handy tools to get access to Library resources quicker.

Explore the Guide

Information Skills

Core Information Skills for Bond Students

The Library has developed online self-paced courses, and offers classes on topics like reference management software to help you develop your information skills. These skills are so important in the work place after you graduate.

These activities are Beyond Bond eligible.

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