Databases

The Library is pleased to make these databases available for Faculty of Health researchers and students: Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database: JBI is one of the world’s leading providers of evidence–based information and tools for providing the best possible patient care. The JBI EBP database covers a wide range of medical, nursing, and allied health… Read More


The University provides UC staff and students with free access to self-paced courses through Lynda.com (also known as LinkedIn Learning). Lynda.com offers thousands of online training videos taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. Examples include basic and advanced Excel courses, presentation skills, photography and photo manipulation, programming languages, self improvement, and even… Read More


  The Library is pleased to offer a new collection of over 13,000 ebooks – ProQuest’s Health & Medicine. Topics include nursing, midwifery, nutrition, pharmacy, diagnostic imaging, mental health, and much more. Each of the ebooks is available for unlimited concurrent users, and can be accessed via Library Search (the Library Catalogue) or by browsing directly… Read More


Welcome to our new A-Z Databases and Library Guides pages! Our A-Z Databases and Library Guides have been upgraded to a new look! Finding information and getting help with your research have never been easier! The upgrade includes lots of new features, including: mobile responsive design; more user friendly navigation. The A-Z Databases allows you… Read More


The Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new resource, Nexis, to the suite of databases for teaching and research. The LexisNexis News & Business research service, Nexis, contains online news and business information services from around the world, containing over 4 billion searchable documents from over 26,000 premium news and business sources,… Read More


From 1st May 2015 the Building Code of Australia (BCA) will be available online for free! To access the codes visit the Australian Building Codes Board website and create your own free account. As a result of this change,  we will no longer have print copies of the current BCA which were available in the Library’s… Read More


The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) provides access to over 10,000 Open Access Journals. Designed to give easy access to high quality open access Research, the DOAJ insists all journals listed use peer review or exercise editorial quality control. Sponsored by respected publishers such as Springer, Wiley, and Taylor & Francis, the DOAJ can… Read More