Griffith Library is here to help—anywhere, anytime.
We provide a range of services to make studying easy. With access to extensive online resources and study tools, we are here to support you.
Library resources include databases, ebook, ejournals, images, video content, study tools and much more. You can access this all online 24/7 from wherever you are, on or off campus. You can get started from the Library website.
Search the catalogue for journal articles, databases, ebooks, video content and more.
You can access your required course readings and resources with Reading lists. Reading lists contain links to ebooks, journal articles and digitised readings.
Find a library database
Get direct access to your favourite database off-campus by searching for its title in the library catalogue. You can also browse our alphabetical list.
Find databases and other resources for your study area.
You will be prompted to login with your Griffith sNumber and password when accessing these online resources. You can then do anything you do on-campus.
Do you start your research on the open web—on a publisher’s website, PubMed, Wikipedia or Google Scholar perhaps? If you start your search outside of the Library catalogue and databases, these tools will make it easier to access our subscribed resources:
If you use the Chrome or Firefox browser you can install the LibKey Nomad browser extension to link you to full text articles.
You can set up Google Scholar to access full text articles available via Griffith Library.
BrowZine allows you to access the full text of articles and view the journal’s Table of Contents (for supported publishers) in a consistent interface. You can also look up and browse journals by subject area, download articles and export references to citation managers. BrowZine is available as a mobile app and web interface.
When you research from home or off-campus, these tools automatically show you Griffith content and connect you to articles in our collection.
Alternatively, if you do find a resource on the web you want access to, search for its title in the Library catalogue and follow the links to the full text.
Access a range of self-help study tools to develop your study skills in critical thinking, time management, assignment research and writing.
Free access to Office365 can also help you with the tools you need to get the best out of your study. This includes Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint for multiple PCs and Macs as well as apps for Android and iOS.
Griffith Library’s referencing guides cover eight popular referencing styles including APA 7, Vancouver and Chicago 17. The guides come with examples to make referencing easier to understand and apply in your research and assignments.
On-campus and need somewhere to study? The Library has the perfect study space for you. Whether you’re looking for a silent, quiet or social space—we’ve got you covered. Book a study spot here, and you can always contact us if you need further assistance.