The library doors may be closed temporarily but with over 1.2 million e-books, over 2 million audio and video resources and 99.8% of our journals available online, there are plenty of resources available 24/7 to support your study and research needs.

There are a range of ways to access our resources.

Library catalogue

Start on the Library Homepage. The catalogue search box allows you to search the entire Griffith collection including databases, e-books/books, journals, newspapers and more. You can use filters to limit results to one resource type, scholarly or peer-reviewed content, subjects, selected date ranges and more. See the Library Catalogue Help page for tips and advice.

Library Databases

Search specific databases directly via our A-Z databases list. Access via the library catalogue by clicking the search box, selecting databases and clicking the A-Z databases link, or from the link in the Studying Online page.

Library Guides

Not sure which journals or databases are relevant to your subject area? Library Guides contain recommended key resources for a variety of topics within the following subject areas:

  • Business and government
  • Criminology and Law
  • Education
  • Health
  • Humanities, social sciences and languages
  • Music
  • Science and technology
  • Visual and creative arts

Reading Lists

Access all your required and recommended course resources directly from your Reading List. Reading Lists can be accessed from your course page in [email protected] or by searching your course code on the Reading List search page, just be sure to select the current trimester.