Getting to know your library will help make studying at university much easier
Our library staff are here to help you get the most out of your university experience. We offer study tips and help with researching, writing assignments, and preparing for exams. The Library also links you to an extensive range of study resources.
We are here to help with any questions about how to get started.
A little preparation before you start university will make studying easier. Before Trimester 2, 2020 starts, we are offering a series of Earlybird workshops FREE of charge to our students.
How to join a workshop
- Click date and time button below to join the workshop online via Collaborate Ultra.
- Join 15 minutes before the session to ensure your audio is working. No web camera required.
- When joining a workshop, identify yourself by typing in your first name.
Orientation Market days
Whether you’re a new or returning student, Griffith’s Bounce Back Market Days are not to be missed. You’ll find our Griffith Library team at each campus Market Day, ready and willing to share everything we know about Library and IT at Griffith.
We can help you:
- set up your wifi
- navigate the Griffith Uni app
- access workshops to get you uni-ready.
The Library stall usually has a few bonuses, like free USBs, lollies and even fun competitions with major prizes.
See you in O-Week!
During Orientation Week for Trimester 1 2020, take a 15-minute library tour at any of our campus libraries. All tours run every half hour, on the hour and half hour.
|Library campus||Orientation time|
|Gold Coast||10 am - 2 pm|
|Logan||12 noon - 2 pm|
|Mt Gravatt||12 noon - 2 pm|
|Nathan||10 am – 2 pm|
|South Bank - College of Art||12 noon - 2 pm|
|South Bank - Queensland Conservatorium||12 noon - 2 pm|
Please meet at the Library tour meeting point in the foyer of the Library; no booking required.
Virtual library tours
Check out our libraries from the comfort of your couch - with a Google 360 tour
Get your technology sorted
Getting connected and using reliable technology is imperative to your success. The Student computing website has you covered.
We provide access to your required textbooks, resources and readings. Reading lists created by your course convenor contain links to electronic books and digitised readings or the library catalogue when resources are not available online.
It's worth planning ahead
While many resources are accessible online they may have a limited number of simultaneous users so don't leave it to the last minute if you plan to rely on the library for your required and recommended readings.
- Required resources are essential to your learning in a course and facilitate achievement of the course’s learning outcomes.
- Recommended resources provide additional, background or current information relevant to the course’s learning outcomes.
We are here to help!
If you have any questions about the Library or computing, you can find your answers on Ask Us 24/7.
Or you can ask our friendly staff in person about Library and IT products and services,find us in the libraries or contact us by phone, email or chat.