Find the recommended textbooks for your subject in the Subject Reading Lists (search by subject name or code).
These books are available for overnight loan and/or two hour loan and are located in the High Use Collection on the Ground Floor of the Giblin Eunson Library.
To find books on your topic, use a keyword search in the Library Catalogue e.g. "strategic management"
To narrow a search, add more keywords e.g. "strategic management" leadership
To increase the number of search results, use synomyns in a search e.g. CEO or "chief excecutive officer"
The asterisk symbol * finds alternate word endings e.g. leader* finds leader, leaders, leadership
Example search: (CEO or "chief excecutive officer") leader*
You can browse the shelves of the general book collection and the High Use collection in the Giblin Eunson Library to find books on management.
|658.3||Human resource management|
|658.5||Management of production|
|658.7||Management of materials|
If the book you need is out on loan, or is not held at the University of Melbourne, you can easily request it online from another BONUS+ library, then collect it a few days later from the pick-up location of your choice.
Graduate students and staff can request books and other material via Interlibrary Loans.
You can also get a CAVAL card from the Library to borrow from other university libraries in Victoria.
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