Details of library services specifically aimed at graduate research students and researchers.
Make an appointment to discuss your research support needs with a specialist librarian online.
Contact your faculty or school library liaison team.
Did you know the University of Melbourne has 11 libraries? Find the libraries that hold collections in your specific areas of research.
University library services continue to be offered through virtual delivery, with libraries re-opening for University of Melbourne staff and students, only.
The University of Melbourne’s archives, cultural and special collections play an intrinsic role in teaching and learning, research and engagement activities. See the following for more details of the collections and services available to University of Melbourne researchers:
The University Copyright Office works with staff and students to maximise the permitted uses of copyright material for education and research. In so doing, we seek to ensure that the University community complies with copyright obligations. Copyright Office staff provide:
The Digital Stewardship Research team provides a range of services that enable researchers to manage data in line with national guidelines and standards. The team also drives University-wide activities including:
The Scholarly Communications team oversees the collection of data on research outputs published by staff and students at the university. See the Research Outputs webpage for:
The University Digitisation Centre is located at 158 Bouverie St Carlton and has been digitising university collections for 10 years to assist with teaching, research, publications, exhibitions and dissemination of scholarly information at The University of Melbourne. The UDC has a range of services to offer researchers at the University of Melbourne, including: