MegaSearch uses keywords to search across many UTAS Library databases and catalogues for books, ebooks, articles, theses, audio/video, etc.
Keyword search - looks for your words in any order and in all areas of the catalogue record, i.e. in the title, the author, the subject headings and the contents note (if there is one). The Library catalogue uses keywords to search the UTAS Library for books, ebooks, journals (not articles), theses, audio/video, etc. How to find books on the shelves (PDF 239KB)How to find a book (YouTube video)
Can be the fastest option to use when you know the exact title or author you’re looking for. The Classic Catalogue uses exact word or phrase matching to search the UTAS Library for books, ebooks, journals (not articles), theses, audio/video, etc. How to find books on the shelves (PDF 239KB)How to find a book (YouTube video)
The A-Z Database List is a comprehensive list of journal indexing databases at the UTAS Library. UTAS username and password required.
eJournals and eBooks
The eJournals and eBooks list is a comprehensive list of the online journals and eBooks provided by the UTAS Library. Search by title or ISSN. UTAS username and password required.
SPARC is an online archive and currently holds selected records from the Private Deposit & University Collections from the University of Tasmania Library's Special & Rare Collections, and selected Images of Tasmania as collected by Colin Dennison
Open Access Repository (ePrints)
Search the Open Access Repository for UTAS theses, research, special and rare materials, UTAS and Tasmanian publications and other digital collections.
Reading Lists provide direct access to electronic readings and an easy way to find material on Reserve for a particular unit.
Set your Google Scholar preferences to tell you when the UTAS Library holds an article.
Find and get over 360,045,454 Australian and online resources: books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives and more.