Did you know that the Library has many various collections of free to read and download resources that you can use for your personal research and study?
Simply known as ‘Collections’ these Open Access resources include Bond University History Collections and Open Educational Resources that feature a wide array of content that can be used for educational purposes.
Today’s focus is on the Bond Gallery in the Bond University History collection which also includes collections of Bond Publications and Memorabilia.
There are six pictorial collections in the Bond Gallery that provide an insight into the early years of the University’s growth, rapid adoption of technology, and frequent events. These collections highlight key people who created not just the design and oversaw the construction of our beautiful campus, but also provided the foundation of our ground-breaking three-semester academic year structure and set up the tenets of providing the highest quality educational standards and best learning experience for students for decades to come.
Exploring the Buildings, Structures and Establishments collection is an intriguing walk back in time and in the Events & Activities collection you’ll find that cultural diversity and celebrating achievements and historical milestones has always been a part of the Bond University ethos.
Other Gallery collections include People, Graduation ceremonies, Building construction and Aerial views of the campus over 30 years. Visit the Open Access Gallery Collections today, and come back tomorrow for news about another fascinating Library Collection.