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This guide will help you find Dance Resources in the University of Melbourne Library

Where to Start?‚Äč


Resources and services to support you with many aspects of your research, including:

23 Research Things

Online learning programs showcasing a range of digital tools that support research activity.

More Resources:

  • Inter-Library Loans and Document Delivery

For publications that neither the University of Melbourne Library or BONUS+ can supply.

Graduate students may request interlibrary loans of books, journal articles, music scores, theses, and more.

The CAVAL reciprocal borrowing scheme with other Victorian universities can also assist.

Interstate students can access collections through University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ)

Tools and modules to help you set up your data management plan.

Detailing codes of conduct required for research ethics, integrity and compliance.

Also known as SRMO. Search by keywords or use the visual interface in the SRMO Methods Map.

  • Your research publications

Minerva Elements is the key interface for University of Melbourne staff to provide details of and claim research publications. 
It allows the deposit of an appropriate version of publication to meet open access funder mandates, and to be available for discovery in the Open Access repository through Minerva Access.

The Faculty Research Office can offer support, particularly with documenting non-traditional research outputs