Campus Library buildings are now closed to the public, but items can be requested and sent to you. Items can be returned via reply paid mail.
Useful subject guides include:
Liaison librarians are still available for individual appointments using tools such as Skype, Teams or over the phone. This is available for all staff and HDR students in areas such as research support, data management and referencing. Bookings may be made using the link on the Research guide home page. Alternatively, staff and HDRs can email or phone your liaison librarian to organise a time.
The chat reference service is still running for all staff and students and can be used as a first point of assistance, particularly for general enquiries.
Coronavirus Research Database.
The Library is providing access, via Proquest, to the Coronavirus Research Database.
Including coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak, this database curates openly available content related to coronaviruses since 2004, and ongoing. It includes thousands of open-access articles from the world’s leading publishers as well as current research from pre-print repositories such as arXiv. It will continue to grow and evolve as more is learned and will be available for the foreseeable future.
Dimensions COVID-19 publications. datasets and clinical trials
Updated daily, this file contains resource related to COVID-19
CAUL will continue to update the list as further content becomes available.
This page also offers a range of options for accessing the White House files.
Document Delivery services will continue to be provided during the Library shutdown period. While Library staff are still onsite we will continue to provide a full service.
However, as Libraries across the country (and the world) are now closed it has become more difficult to source resources. We also can no longer provide access to ‘In-Library Use Only’ materials.
If there comes a time when Library staff are required to work from home we will provide a limited Document Delivery service that consists of only materials that we can source via electronic means.