This guide contains essential information for new students to connect with the Library's online services and resources.
Visit the Library website to discover our collections of online resources, including eBooks and journal articles, and get help from Library staff.
Did you know the University of Melbourne has 11 libraries for students? Find the libraries that specialise in your specific areas of study on the Library below.
When you use the catalogue, eBooks will be included in the results of an ordinary search, but the method below limits your search to eBooks.
4. In your results, click on the "Connect to eBook" (University of Melbourne only) link to access the ebook online
Top tip: Using the Library Catalogue to search for eBooks will ensure you have easy access to full-text through your University of Melbourne login. Alternatives such as visiting a publisher’s website or searching an eBook platform directly will not give you access to the full-text of a book.
You can also find eBooks by filtering your search results in Discovery by following the steps below.
To access the full-text of an e-book, click the link in each result, which may appear as a:
If you would like more information on how to find and use eBooks please visit our eBooks Library Guide.
Develop your researching and writing skills with the resources below:
Level up your researching skills, including tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your time when searching, reading, and writing.
Academic Skills can help you develop your reading, writing and referencing skills with their range of helpful online resources.
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