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From farmers to photographers: ‘Seasonal’ by Dr Kaya Barry

Fascinating new research outputs are regularly being added to Griffith’s Creative Works repository. A recent addition is Seasonal,… Read More

Maximising climate research impact with Griffith Research Online (GRO)

Did you know that more than half of all published climate research is locked behind a paywall? Additionally, valuable resources like climate-related reports are… Read More

Welcome to the library space – designed for you 24/7

The Library has a variety of spaces designed to support all your study needs. Each library has social and collaborative spaces and… Read More

Sparking knowledge this NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week is a time for acknowledging and celebrating the world’s longest and continuous cultures in the world.  The theme of ‘Keep the Fire… Read More

Follow us for hints and tips for study success.

Are you a student looking for effective study strategies or seeking tips to ace your exams? Follow our Library Connect blog and keep updated… Read More

Forging the future with respectful research this NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week’s theme ‘Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud’ emphasises the enduring strength and vitality of Indigenous cultures and knowledge, passed down… Read More

Stoke your curiosity this NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week is celebrated from 7 to 14 July this year. NAIDOC Week recognises and celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and… Read More

Gold Coast library closed this weekend

Due to planned Energex work, Gold Coast Library (G10) is closed Saturday 6 July, 5pm until Monday 8 July, 7am. This means the Library’s 24/7… Read More

Library Workshops – getting started at Uni

Throughout the year the Library runs online workshops to support students in their studies. Get ahead this Trimester 2 by taking advantage of what’s on… Read More

Workshops and eLearning resources for Trimester 2 courses

Trimester 2 is approaching and the Library is here to help teaching staff and students with upcoming assessments. One of the ways we provide… Read More

Researcher Workshops for July

This July the Library has a range of exciting workshops available to improve your academic writing skills  and managing your research data.   … Read More

Get ready for Trimester 2 by preparing your reading lists

Trimester 2 is quickly approaching and the Library is here to help teaching staff get their courses ready. A key task prior to the… Read More

Learn key data management skills to support your research

Uplift your skills and identify key support and resources by completing the new Introduction to research data management online tutorial.  … Read More

What sparked your passion? Celebrating four years of remarkable researcher profiles

To celebrate our fourth anniversary of highlighting remarkable researchers in our Researcher Profile series, we’re featuring a special retrospective showcasing four… Read More

Creative Works: Showcasing your creative research

Did you know Nundah Station mural with the iconic pineapples were designed by a Griffith University researcher?  And you can view… Read More

Nathan library closed this weekend

Due to a network upgrade, the Nathan campus library (N53) is closed Friday 21 June, 5pm until Monday 24 June, 7am. Read More

Exams are over!

Now that exams are finished, it’s time to unwind and take a well-deserved break!   Here are some suggestions:  Celebrate:… Read More

GRO makes Griffith research accessible and discoverable by our community

Since January 2024, publications in Griffith’s institutional repository, Griffith Research Online (GRO), have been downloaded nearly 1.3 million times. GRO unlocks… Read More

Learn effectively thanks to Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework used in the planning of teaching and learning and is underpinned by research in… Read More

Map your research skills development journey

Are you a researcher or HDR looking for training?  Not sure where to start your research learning journey?     Whether you need… Read More

Relaxation Stations – Take a break from your studies

As we enter the crucial part of the trimester, with assignment deadlines looming and exams just around the corner, stress can reach its peak.  … Read More

Wellbeing check-in: Study and exams

As the pressure of exams increases during the year, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by expectations and deadlines. Amongst this whirlwind, it’s vital to… Read More

Researcher Workshops for June

This June the Library has a range of exciting workshops available to improve your research skills and prepare you for publication.   Wednesday… Read More

Building skills for your career: Academic writing skills are career skills

Academic writing is a versatile career skill that allows you to communicate clearly, concisely, professionally and effectively. By developing strong writing abilities you will… Read More

Confused about your scholarly publishing options?

There is so much to consider when deciding where to publish your research that it might leave you feeling a little confused. Turn your… Read More

Culturally respectful library webpage released

This National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 27 May to 3 June, the Library has released our new webpage Culturally respectful library. This year’s NRW’s theme… Read More

Library tip of the week: Exam preparation

Trimester 1 exams are coming up and whether this is your first or last uni exam it can be a stressful time. We’ve compiled… Read More

Upgrade your knowledge using online resources and tutorials

As you navigate your research journey, there’s a lot you will need to learn and discover.   One way to upgrade your knowledge… Read More

Professor Alberto Posso: Consequences and solutions for child labour and poverty

Each month Griffith Library finds out more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. Professor Alberto Posso is Head of the Department of… Read More

Did you know that our libraries have world class artworks?

As we near the end of Trimester 1, it may seem like you’re spending all your free time in the Library working on your… Read More

Building skills for your career: Getting the best from social media

Building skills for your career through social media involves leveraging various platforms to enhance your professional development and networking opportunities.  Here are some strategies… Read More

International Day of Light 2024: Illuminating the study of light at Griffith

For more than 1,000 years, the study of light has led to discoveries that have revolutionised society and broadened our knowledge of the universe. … Read More

Library services available when and where you need them

The Library has plenty of resources available 24/7 to support your study and research needs. To begin exploring the library’s resources, start on the Library… Read More

Griffith Review 84: Attachment Styles

The attachments we form shape our experience of the world and our understanding of who we are. ‘Hell is other people,’ wrote Jean-Paul Sartre,… Read More

Building skills for your career: Creating a career portfolio

Ever wondered how to effectively showcase your skills, experiences and achievements to potential employers?   A career portfolio, often called an ePortfolio, enables… Read More

De-stress to get the best!

Reducing stress is crucial for optimal studying and academic performance. Here are some effective ways to de-stress and get the best out of your… Read More

Ebooks to support your learning

As a Griffith student you have access to a wide selection of ebooks to support your learning:  Access required and recommended readings… Read More

Labour Day Library Hours

Our libraries at Gold Coast and Nathan campus will continue to provide 24/7 secure study access on the Labour Day public… Read More

Your Library: Spaces for everyone

With six libraries across five physical campuses, and a wide variety of digital spaces available online, the Library… Read More

Researcher workshops for May

Are you looking for help with your researcher profiles or metrics, Library searching for a literature review, formatting your thesis or with data visualisation… Read More

Get ready for academic promotion

Are you an academic staff member applying, or thinking of applying, for promotion in 2024 or 2025?  As you develop your application… Read More

Library tip of the week: Presentation skills

At uni you might need to deliver a presentation as part of your assessment. This could be an individual or group… Read More

World Intellectual Property Day 26 April

Every year on 26 April, World Intellectual Property Day celebrates the role of intellectual property (IP) rights in encouraging innovation and… Read More

Anzac Day Library Hours

Our libraries at Gold Coast and Nathan campus will continue to provide 24/7 secure study access on the Anzac Day public… Read More

Professor Jennifer Boddy: Intersecting social justice, climate change and sustainability

An internationally recognised researcher with expertise in climate change, disasters, and domestic and family violence, Professor Jennifer Boddy is Dean (Sustainable… Read More

Tips for getting the most out of group work

Group work is a normal part of uni life. It’s a great way to develop your collaboration and communication skills while preparing for the… Read More

World Creativity and Innovation Day: Helping to create a sustainable future

Creativity is fundamental to human development. A resource with the power not only to enrich our quality of life and connect us with others,… Read More

Wellbeing: The importance of relaxing and finding time to unwind

Relaxation and unwinding are crucial aspects of student life that often get overlooked amid academic pressures and commitments.  Here’s why taking time to relax… Read More

Polishing your writing and referencing 

Getting started with writing assignments can feel overwhelming but breaking it down into smaller steps can make it more manageable. Here are some tips… Read More

Digital skills and your career

Many jobs today require digital skills. Even in your everyday life you need some level of digital competency, be it for using mobile phones, computers,… Read More

Harness the power of critical thinking at uni

Throughout your uni career, you will do a lot of critical thinking. This intentional, active process will fuel your reading, writing and group discussions. Read More

Unleash your potential with our researcher services

Whether you’re an experienced academic or just starting out on your research journey, the Library provides a range of… Read More

Your Library: Contact us – we are here to help

There are many ways you can contact the Library: You can submit a Library help form. Come on campus and visit our friendly Library… Read More

Library tip of the week: How to start that first assignment

Starting your first assignment can feel a bit daunting, but if you need assistance the Library is here to help. If you’re not sure… Read More

Build your research skills this April with our RED workshop series

Help build your research skills with the Library’s Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops. Check out the sessions being offered in April: … Read More

Easter Public Holiday Hours

Our libraries at Gold Coast and Nathan campus will continue to provide 24/7 secure study access over the Easter long weekend. Read More

Well being – Hints and tips for time management and the uni lifestyle

Managing time effectively in university can be challenging, especially with the many responsibilities and opportunities that come your way. Here are some… Read More

Your Library: 24/7 access and how to get access

Are you a night owl who prefers to study late at night? There are three 24/7 spaces on campus where you can study all… Read More

Unlocking research potential with persistent identifiers (PIDs)

Persistent identifiers (PIDs) provide a stable, long-lasting way to uniquely identify digital objects, publications, researchers, institutions and more. They uniquely tag research items, making… Read More

Library tip of the week: Academic Integrity – why it is so important

‘At Griffith University, academic integrity means acting with the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility in learning.’… Read More

International Day of Forests: 50 years of forest guardianship at Griffith

21 March is International Day of Forests, an annual event designated by the United Nations to raise awareness of the irreplaceable… Read More

Harmony day: celebrating diversity and inclusion

Did you know that ‘almost half of Australians have a parent born overseas’? (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2022) Since 1999,… Read More

Wellbeing – Stress is no excuse respectful behaviour is your responsibility

As you navigate the dynamic landscape of university life, you’re likely to encounter a myriad of challenges, both academic and personal. From deadlines and… Read More

Inclusive Futures Book Club: Mary Li

Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disability invites you to attend an Author Talk event with esteemed guest Mary Li (author of… Read More

Dr Amy Young: working to better understand and prevent violence

In our second Researcher Profile for the year, we found out more about the research of Dr Amy Young… Read More

Where to start – Reading lists and the catalogue features

Did you know Reading lists can give you direct access to your course readings? Get 24/7 access to required and recommended online readings and discover… Read More

Welcome to the Library – Study spaces for everyone

The Library has the perfect study space for you. Whether you’re looking for a silent, quiet or social space,… Read More

I wish I knew… Tips from experienced students

One of the best places to help you succeed at uni is the Library, but often new students don’t know about… Read More

Repair Cafés – a place to repair and share

In 2023 the Griffith University Repair Café Initiative held six fantastic events where our volunteers and community came together to repair and share. This Trimester… Read More

The Library is your safe and inclusive space

The Library provides a variety of safe and inclusive study spaces across all five of our campuses. Whether you’re looking for a silent, quiet, or… Read More

Did you know we are more than just books?

Starting uni for the first time, you may picture the Library as being a quiet and staid space filled with row after row of… Read More

Researcher workshops for March

This month’s Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops cover a wide range of topics – literature reviews; researcher profiles and metrics; copyright, publishing and… Read More

Topic of the month: Policy Commons database (Coherent Digital)

Need to locate grey literature resources? Policy Commons, produced by Coherent Digital, is your new go-to database for research from the… Read More

Welcome to the Library – Meet our friendly staff

Our frontline Library staff are located across all five campuses.  With warm smiles and a wealth of knowledge about the Library’s resources,… Read More

Library tip of the week: Library study skills workshops – what are they and how do I register?

Whether you’re new to university, or an experienced student needing a refresher after the break, the Library’s online workshops are here to help you… Read More

Subscribe to Library Connect to stay on top of the latest Library news

When you’re studying at uni, it can sometimes feel like there’s a lot going on and it can be hard to keep up. … Read More

Professor James Charles: Making change that matters

Professor James Charles is a very proud Kaurna man from the Adelaide Plains, South Australia. Currently the Director of… Read More

Reading lists – a great place to start your studies.

Reading lists outline the required, recommended or additional reading resources identified by your lecturer for your course in one convenient spot.   … Read More

Inclusive Futures Book Club: Matt Levy OAM PLY

Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disability invites you to attend an Author Talk event on disability and resilience, with esteemed guest Matt Levy OAM PLY, Australian… Read More

Help smooth your uni journey by attending a Library workshop

Starting uni can be exciting, but also a little nerve-wracking. And like all great adventures, you might experience a few bumps in the road. Read More

International Mother Language Day: Protecting cultural heritage through multilingual education

Each of the 7,000 languages currently spoken across the globe is a unique, invaluable mode of cultural, spiritual and intellectual expression. When one of… Read More

Griffith Review 83: Past Present

The past, famously, is a foreign country – but in the twenty-first century, it’s one in which we increasingly seek solace. What fuels this… Read More

Attend a workshop for a great start on your university journey

Starting uni can feel like journeying into the unknown, but no matter what you’re studying, there’s plenty of support available.   One of… Read More

Fuel your research with these library services

Whether you’re an experienced researcher or just starting out, the Library’s got you covered with services and support to help you on your journey. Read More

Library relaxation stations – take a break from your studies

It’s that time of the Trimester, when all you’re thinking about is the assignment that’s due soon and the exam that is fast approaching.                            … Read More

Get off to a running start in 2024 with our RED workshop series

The Library is running Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops to help you get your research off to running start in 2024. Check out… Read More

Keep safe: Best car parks when using 24/7 Library spaces

Our 24/7 Library spaces at Nathan and Gold Coast give you a safe space to study whenever you need it. To… Read More

The holiday season – Service hours and Library access

As we reach the end of 2023, students and staff will be taking a hard-earned break over the holidays to celebrate.  Griffith… Read More

Discover our collection: IBISWorld industry market research, reports and statistics

Need to locate Australian industry information for your next assignment?  IBISWorld‘s industry market research, reports and statistics provide access to… Read More

Supporting your study: Group work

Are you doing a group assignment or presentation this trimester? Not only is group work a great way to get to know your fellow… Read More

Improving water management and enhancing community wellbeing: Meet Dr Mark Love

Each month, the Library highlights the work of one of our remarkable researchers. So, this month, we’re profiling Dr Mark Love,… Read More

Looking after your wellbeing: General hints and tips

Balancing your academic and personal life is no small feat, but with the right mindset and strategies, you can thrive in both areas.  Here… Read More

Strengthen your digital skills and succeed in your studies

As a uni student, you need to master a range of digital skills that can help you succeed in your studies and future career. Read More

What’s the future of academic publishing?

What is the future of academic publishing?  In an environment of paywalls, predatory publishing and a publish or perish approach to funding, what are… Read More

Discover our collection: JoVE visualised experiments

JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is a database of science videos for research, teaching and bringing to life cutting-edge experiments.  With thousands… Read More

Supporting your study – Assignment help

It’s week 3 and you may have already started working on assignments, or you might be planning to start soon. If you need assistance… Read More

Learn new skills and meet fellow researchers at the 2023 Qld Research Bazaar  

Running from 21-23 November, at the University of Queensland, ResBaz is a three-day festival of digital research training, where research staff… Read More

Put a lid on contamination this National Recycling Week

What Goes Around Comes Around’ is the theme of 2023’s National Recycling Week (13-19 November). This is an annual event that… Read More

Ensuring comfort and dignity in death: Meet Professor Melissa Bloomer

Each month, the Library highlights the work of one of our remarkable researchers. In November, we have the pleasure of profiling Melissa… Read More

Supporting your study – Follow us!

Follow our Library Connect blog to find out everything you need to know about what’s going on at the Library.  You can keep up to… Read More

Jump ahead with Library workshops

You can jump ahead of the pack with your study skills.  Yes, you can feel more confident and leap into your T3 study by taking… Read More

Improve your research skills with November’s Researcher Education and Development Workshops.

This November the Library has a range of exciting workshops available to improve your research skills… Read More

Join our live stream event tomorrow: Candid conversations about Open Access

The Library invites you to celebrate Open Access Week by joining our live streamed panel discussion tomorrow. Register online… Read More

Supporting your study – Reminder for Earlybird workshops

Trimester 3 will start on the 6 November 2023.  That leaves only a couple of days for you to get in quick… Read More

The Library- Belong and connect: Exams are over, rest and recover

Exams are over – you’ve done the hard work and now it’s time to rest, recover and reset!   Relax on the beach,… Read More

Open Access Week event: Meet two more Griffith panel members

Only seven more days until our Open Access Week event: Community over Commercialisation: Candid conversations about Open Access!  … Read More

Supporting your study – Earlybird workshops

Are you starting university this trimester? Or continuing your studies and looking to enhance your skills? If this is you, spread your wings and… Read More

Teaching support: Get your courses ready for Trimester 3 with the help of the library

Trimester 3 is approaching fast, and the Library is here to help. As a teaching academic, you can access a range of support including eLearning… Read More

Open Access Week 2023: Shifting the default to community over commercialisation

Open access publishing helps make research findings freely available for anyone to access and view. This can make the research more discoverable… Read More

Open Access Week ‘Community over Commercialisation’: Meet two the Griffith Panel members

Meet two of our panel members for this year’s International Open Access week event – ‘Community over Commercialisation’.   See… Read More

Candid conversations about Open Access: Introducing panel facilitator Leanne Wiseman

Open access week is coming up and to celebrate the Library is hosting a panel discussion of researchers from… Read More

The Library’s published a Textbook: ‘Leading in Health and Social Care’ now available

Source: Griffith University In the spirit of open access to information, Griffith Library in collaboration with authors and editors from across… Read More

Belong and Connect: Good luck with exams

It’s Trimester 2 exam season and Griffith Library has some tips on how hard work and persistence can make that ‘Good luck with exams!’… Read More

Discover our collection: The Bloomsbury Visual Arts Hub

The Bloomsbury Visual Arts Hub brings together all of the Bloomsbury digital visual arts collection into one easy, cross-searchable… Read More

On National Coming Out Day, celebrate the diversity of our coming out (or staying in) stories

National Coming Out Day, observed annually on 11 October, marks the anniversary of the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and… Read More

Study skills for you: How to do your best on exam day 

Trimester 2 exams are nearly here and the Library has some tips to help you do your best on exam day.  Start… Read More

Enhance your grant and promotion applications with SciVal and InCites

In a competitive academic landscape, it’s important to stand out when applying for grants and pursuing career advancement. To have the best chance of… Read More

Open Access week event: Community over commercialisation

This year’s International Open Access week theme, ‘Community over Commercialisation’ seeks to encourage a candid conversation about the approaches to open scholarship that prioritise… Read More

The Library – Belong and connect: Safe spaces for everyone

Libraries are a safe space, with a long history of providing a refuge for all types of individuals and groups seeking knowledge. In order… Read More

Hit your targets with the help of our Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops

Join us this October for our upcoming online RED workshops designed to equip you with knowledge and skills to succeed on your research journey. Read More

Unmasking the Threat: Hijacked Journals

In the vast landscape of academic publishing, a deceptive and troubling phenomenon has persisted for years: hijacked journals. These scam websites… Read More

Library opening hours King’s Birthday 2 October 2023

All Griffith Libraries will be open at reduced hours during the King’s Birthday public holiday on Monday 2 October 2023.   … Read More

Get the resources you need . . . ProQuest, you’re the one that I want

So why choose ProQuest?  Founded in 1938, ProQuest is an online publisher that provides access to thousands of articles, ebooks,… Read More

Start preparing for exam success

It’s Week 10, and that means you’re almost at the finish line. It also means exams are only three weeks away, so now’s the… Read More

Championing Indigenous education: Meet Professor Peter Anderson

‘As an undergraduate, I keenly felt the absence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices in my education. This is something… Read More

Looking after yourself in busy periods.

Managing busy periods can be challenging, but it’s important to prioritise self-care to maintain your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Here are some tips… Read More

International Day of Sign Languages is held on 23 September

The importance of Sign Languages With the International Day of Sign Languages coming up on 23 September, we asked Kelly Shoecraft, an Applied… Read More

Study Skills for you: Building professional communication and digital skills

Professional communication – it isn’t just talking face to face but extends to writing emails, interactions on digital platforms and showcasing your career skills… Read More

Inclusive Education and Women in Academia: Meet Dr Michelle Ronksley-Pavia

‘Education is transformational and can transform not only a student’s life, but the life of their community as well. Every child… Read More

On R U OK? day, start a conversation that could change a life

In any given year in Australia, one in five of us will experience symptoms of mental illness, but 60% will not reach out for… Read More

Belong and Connect: Introducing… Learning Advisers

Do you need assistance with structuring an assignment or learning to write with academic style? Do you want to learn how to manage your… Read More

Study skills for you: Building digital skills- Social media

How are your digital skills? Digital skills are defined as the ability to find, evaluate, use, share and create content using digital devices, such as… Read More

It’s not far – just a hop, skip and a jump to Nearmap!

Nearmap is the global leader in geospatial map technology, noted for its database of high-resolution aerial imagery, typically available within days of… Read More

Belong and Connect: Introducing… Digital Capability Advisers

Do you need assistance with formatting your long documents, PowerPoint presentations or Excel spreadsheets? Do you want to learn how to use these tools… Read More

Study skills for you: tips for presentation success

Presentations are a common part of university life, and mastering this skill is essential. If you’re not sure where to start, check out these… Read More

Nathan Library temporary closure Saturday 9 September 5 am – 3 pm

The Nathan campus library will be temporarily closed due to construction activity in N53 and surrounding buildings affecting the water supply on 9 September… Read More

Griffith Review 81: The Leisure Principle

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes spelt out a vision of impending utopia: work, he said, will become a thing of the… Read More

Spaces for everyone

  Griffith Library provides a variety of safe and inclusive study spaces across all our six campuses. Whether you’re looking for a silent, quiet… Read More

Don’t miss your chance to attend these upcoming researcher workshops

Would you like to know how to use OpenRefine to clean your research data or find out about copyright considerations for research publications? Or… Read More

Keep track of your searches using library catalogue alerts

Would you like to receive alerts for new results in your saved library catalogue searches? You can now opt-in to receive… Read More

Gold Coast Show Public Holiday Friday 1 September 2023

Friday 1 September is the Gold Coast Show Holiday.  If you are not up to the fun and excitement that is the… Read More

Study Skills for you: Group work

During your academic journey with Griffith, you may encounter a group work assignment. Some people enjoy working collaboratively with others, some are neutral and… Read More

What are research metrics?

There are many different research metrics, most of which are based on citation counts. The idea is that citations offer a way to measure the influence of a… Read More

Your well being – De stress to achieve the best

Your wellbeing – De stress to achieve the best   You have reached the halfway point of Trimester 2, so now is… Read More

Belong and Connect: Spotlight on Mt Gravatt and Queensland Conservatorium Libraries

Our campus libraries have been designed to foster a sense of belonging and help you thrive on your academic journey. Continuing our library spotlight… Read More

Extra, extra, extra! Get your news here.

Read all about it! You have access to the latest news from thousands of regional, national and international newspapers and magazines from hundreds of countries. Read More

The Library – Belong and Connect: Digital access for everyone

Everyone belongs in the Library space, and for those who access and interact with the Griffith Library digitally, we have a wide variety of… Read More

24/7 Library Spaces: Tell us what you think!

Our 24/7 Library spaces help you study, collaborate and work on your assignments in a safe space when it suits you… Read More

Digitising the deep past: meet Dr Troy Meston

Each month Griffith Library discovers more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. This month we spoke with Dr Troy Meston, Gamilleroi Senior… Read More

Let’s Read, Grow and Inspire this Children’s Book Week

Each year, during Children’s Book Week, schools and public libraries across the country celebrate Australian books, authors and illustrators. This year’s… Read More

Reaffirming our commitment this World Humanitarian Day

In the afternoon of 19 August, 2003, a bomb attack on the United Nations headquarters in Iraq killed 22 humanitarian aid workers and injured… Read More

Belong and Connect: Spotlight on Gold Coast and Queensland College of Art Libraries

In our campus libraries you’ll find an array of resources, services, and dedicated staff to enhance your university experience. These spaces are… Read More

Library hours – Ekka Holiday

It’s show time! Here are the upcoming changes to the Library’s opening hours.   Royal Queensland Show- Ekka holiday   Logan-… Read More

Keep Australia Beautiful Week

Keep Australia Beautiful Week 2023    Keep Australia Beautiful Week is held each August to raise awareness… Read More

Study skills for you – Research for assignments

So, you’ve got an assignment coming up, you’ve already read over the task sheet and figured out which type of assignment… Read More

Belong and Connect: Introducing our Learning and Teaching Librarians

We’re sure you’ve probably heard of librarians, and while you may think that you know what they do, not many (if any) of the… Read More

Get the resources you need in the Library Collection: access online resources 24/7

Have you got an assignment coming up? Or are you starting to gather up literature for your confirmation paper? Not to worry! The Library’s… Read More

The Library – Belong and Connect: Spotlight on Logan and Nathan Libraries

At all our campus libraries you’ll find spaces, services and staff to support you at uni. Spaces where you belong and can connect to… Read More

Get up and running this August at our Research Education and Development (RED) workshops

Join us this August for our upcoming online workshops designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to get up and… Read More

Study Skills for you: Assignments and where to start

 As Trimester 2 begins, you may soon get your first assignment. Whether you’re a first-year student or continuing, it’s always good to review… Read More

Belong and Connect: Well – being starting out

Welcome to the exciting world of university life! Starting university is a significant milestone and marks the beginning of a journey… Read More

Belong and connect: Introducing the Library team

Our team are your first port of call for any of your Library related queries. Working across our six… Read More

Belong and Connect: Spaces for Everyone

With six libraries across five physical campuses, and a wide variety of digital tools that are available online, the Library truly… Read More

Study skills for you: How library workshops can help you reach your goals

The trimester has well and truly begun and now that you’re starting to get settled into your classes it’s time to start working towards… Read More

More opportunities for open access publishing: Elsevier and CAUL collaboration

As a Griffith researcher, you can publish open access (OA) in selected journals without paying article processing fees thanks to our Read and Publish… Read More

Library tips for 1st year students… from other 1st year students

Your first few weeks at university can be a challenging path, but the Library can be your guide to… Read More

Visit our Repair Café on the Nathan Campus July 25. 

Griffith University’s Nathan Campus is hosting a Repair Café on the 25th of July from 10 am until 2pm. Here’s what you… Read More

Study Skills for You: Follow Us

Information, information overload!  The world has so much information, so it’s easy to miss out on important and useful resources and services. … Read More

Student Assignment Support Service (SASS)

Griffith Library’s SASS provides eligible students with additional academic support focusing on academic writing and research skills. There are three ways you can access… Read More

“Exploring Tourism Well-being” Meet Dr Sera Vada

Each month Griffith Library finds out more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. This month we spoke with Dr Sera Vada Postdoctoral… Read More

Griffith and Vietnam

Recently, our Chancellor, the Honourable Andrew Fraser, hosted two events in Vietnam for our Vietnamese alumni. In preparation for this the Griffith Archive… Read More

Advancing Your Research Career: Strategies for Research Leadership Program

Are you an early to mid-career researcher or Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidate looking to become a research leader? The Advancing your… Read More

Leaving none of our 8 billion behind this World Population Day

With the global population growing from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 8 billion in 2023 there has been a corresponding need to understand sustainable… Read More

Cutting-edge Nature journal content is at your fingertips

As a Griffith researcher, you can discover the latest state-of-the-art research published in most Nature journals by accessing it… Read More

Repair Cafe – Call for volunteers

Do you have repair skills?  Griffith University Repair Café is a student-lead initiative to bring life back to broken items. Landfill and… Read More

NAIDOC Week 2023

Running from 2 – 9 July, NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Peoples cultures and… Read More

Discover key tips to starting your studies — Register for the Earlybird workshops!

Are you ready for Trimester 2?  Are you just starting your studies? Or do you want to brush up on your study skills to… Read More

Boost your research skills this July at our Research Education and Development (RED) workshops

Are you a researcher eager to enhance your learning and professional growth? Join us this July for our upcoming online workshops designed to equip… Read More

Unlocking the mysteries of Gothic fiction: Meet Clare Burnett

Clare Burnett is a PhD candidate in Griffith University’s School of Humanities, Languages, and Social Science. We found out about Clare’s… Read More

PhD candidates and navigating the publishing maze

The library has recently developed the eLearning Resource Navigating the Publishing Maze: Griffith PhD candidates. This resource is designed to complement the “Publish during… Read More

Dentistry and gender equality in academia: Meet Dr Jane Manakil

Griffith academics can sometimes be found pursuing projects outside of their specialisation. We spoke to one such academic, dentist-turned-lecturer Dr Jane Manakil… Read More

Relax and see you in T2

Exam weeks are the most stressful moments of your student life. Which is why the moment exams are done, it’s time to relax and… Read More

This World Blood Donor Day, give blood to share life

While millions of lives depend on blood transfusions, low and middle-income countries face an acute shortage of safe blood and blood products. Read More

Good luck with your exams!

Exams can be stressful, the Library has some great tips to help you prepare for exams.   Here are a… Read More

Queensland Day Tuesday 6 June 2023

Happy Queensland Day!   On Tuesday 6 June, Queensland Day, we come together to celebrate the natural wonders, vibrant… Read More

Griffith Goes Green! Get involved and become a Student Auditor

To showcase our dedication to the United Nations’ (SDGs), Griffith University is participating in Green Impact for 2023. Green Impact is a global… Read More

Enrich your research data and literature management skills with our June workshops

Are you a researcher looking to further your learning and development? Our upcoming online workshops this June will provide you with useful skills and… Read More

Get started – Researching First People topics Library Guide

Do you have a project or an assignment requiring First Peoples research? Are you unsure where to start your search for quality resources. If… Read More

What are my Open Access publishing options?

Open access publishing makes research freely accessible by removing the financial barriers of subscription-based journals.  By publishing open… Read More

National Reconciliation Week 2023 ‘Be a Voice for Generations’

National Reconciliation Week 27 May – 03 June 2023, Be a Voice for Generations, encourages all Australians to be a voice for… Read More

National Sorry Day 26 May 2023

As part of National Reconciliation week, every year on the 26th of May we remember and acknowledge the mistreatment of Aboriginal and… Read More

Cultural politics and responsiveness in Australian education: meet Dr Greg Vass  

Each month Griffith Library finds out more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. This month we spoke with Dr Greg Vass, a… Read More

Take the pledge to ‘Drive so others survive’ this National Road Safety Week

‘By working together and changing our individual behaviour, we can get everyone home safe to their loved ones, every day, without… Read More

Taking care of yourself is the key to success 

Self-care is often considered a luxury, and when assignments and exams start looming it can be tempting to put it aside to focus completely… Read More

Find your perfect study space

Our libraries offer a range of study spaces to suit your needs.  24/7 access  You can apply for… Read More

How to cite generative AI tools

You may have heard a bit about generative artificial intelligence (AI) software such as ChatGPT in the media recently and how they can be… Read More

Thank you to all mums this Mother’s Day

It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday and we encourage you to take the opportunity to value and thank all the mums in your lives. Whether… Read More

Rethinking research assessment: DORA turns 10

On 16 May, DORA turns 10 years old! And, no, we aren’t talking about the children’s cartoon character Dora the Explorer, but rather the… Read More

You don’t need to be Steven Spielberg to create a great video for your uni assignment

If you need to do a video assignment this trimester, the Library’s got you covered with some great tips to help you get started. Read More

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