Resources to engage in outstanding scholarship and research

There is a reduction in physical items being available world-wide. Where possible, the Library will source items digitally. Please see our Services update page for further information.

The Library advocates for re-use, sharing and open research. To provide access to the broadest range of resources to meet your needs and to maintain a sustainable budget, we enhance your access to scholarly publications through national and international agreements with other libraries.

Request items

You can request articles and book chapters from other libraries.

You can use BONUS+ to request books yourself from participating University libraries in Australia and New Zealand if they are not available in our collection.

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We will arrange delivery of books and articles on your behalf, from non-Griffith libraries. You can request:

  • Books not available in our collection or through BONUS+.
  • Articles not available in our collection.

Get items from other Griffith campus libraries


You can request books from other Griffith campus libraries by placing a hold in the library catalogue.

Find out how to place a hold


We will copy articles held at another Griffith University campus library when the journal is not held at your home campus or electronically.

Make a request for an article held at another campus

Borrow in person at other libraries

Live or work near a different University? You can borrow in person from participating libraries through the University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand borrowing scheme.

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For other institutions

We adhere to the Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing Code. Find out about requesting and costs in the ILRS directory.

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