Griffith Library is committed to supporting students both on and off-campus. In addition to our physical campus libraries, we manage a number of online resources to better facilitate as wide a range of our learners needs as possible.
The Library subscribes to a number of academic online resources. These include e-journal databases, industry reports, case studies and legal database collections, as well as a huge range of national and international newspapers and trade publications.
These online resources are essential for academic research, and are where you should begin when starting on your assignments, and may be accessed off-campus at any time.
In addition to our academic database collections, we also recommend a number of openly available online resources. It can be a challenge at first to understand how to recognise what is a reliable academic source, and our subject specific recommendations are there to help you find your way in developing this key skill.
To supplement our print textbooks, the Library is committed to providing access to eBooks whenever they may be available. Access to eBooks greatly supports distance, blended and part-time learners manage their time more effectively.
We have a range of tutorials and demonstrations that you can access on our Library YouTube channel, and we are adding to these all the time.
Griffith Open is an Open Access institutional repository, showcasing the scholarly research output produced by the staff and students of Griffith College. We are proud of the dissertations of our Post Graduation students, and Griffith Open offers an opportunity to showcase the breadth and depth of this research.
In addition to our recommendations and guides available on the main library website, the Library also provides a range of supplementary material and tutorials on our Library Moodle page. If you want to build your research skills, or your understanding of academic writing, or plagiarism, take some time to explore these resources.