The Library Homepage is your portal to scholarly research and information. You can:
Access guides for advanced researchers, and many more for specialist subject areas, including guides on how to find:
The library subscribes to databases available from many platforms including Clarivate Analytics, EBSCOhost, Elsevier, IGI Global, Informit, LexisNexis, OVID, ProQuest, and many more.
Find database suggestions for your discipline in library guides.
The University of Melbourne’s archives, cultural and special collections include:
These are some steps you could take:
Find the best databases for your subject or discipline area in our Library Guides.
The library provides access to these and many more specialised databases and indexes.
Borrow from the physical and digital collections of all 11 University of Melbourne libraries. Supplement access to research by borrowing from other university libraries using interlibrary loans, ArticleReach and reciprocal borrowing schemes.
The library welcomes requests for purchases from academic staff and graduate researchers for teaching and research purposes.
University of Melbourne masters and doctoral theses are submitted electronically. They are archived in Minerva Access, the institutional repository.
The library guides below outline workflows, tips, resources, tools and services to help you conduct a literature or systematic review: