Finding resources

Special and Rare Collection - Manuscript

A rich collection held by the Library of special and rare books and early manuscripts; journals; maps; old university records of a non-business nature; and private deposit materials including diaries, letters, photographs, paintings and other collectable ephemera.
More information about Special & Rare Collections.

Visit Finding Theses to identify and access UTAS theses, Australian theses and theses produced by researches from international universities.
  • eCite 

    A digital archive that provides access to research outputs at the University of Tasmania.

  • Library Open Repository (ePrints) 

    Provides services for open access and discovery of UTAS and Tasmanian publications and digital library collections. It contains digitised UTAS theses, rare and archival materials, and other material relevant to the teaching and research interests of the UTAS community and the world.

  • Research Data Discovery Service (RDDS) 

    The RDDS provides a central institutional repository that houses UTAS research data descriptions (ie metadata) for global discoverability.
    It contains research data records relevant to UTAS research - linking researchers to their datasets and associated research activities and outputs (such as journal publications).
    For more details please visit the UTAS RDDS web page.

  • Research Support
    An introduction to library services and resources available to support researchers at UTAS.
  • Trove
    Find and get over 360,045,454 Australian and online resources: books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives and more
  • OAIster
    OAIster is a union catalog of millions of digital resources. This is a freely available and easy to search database.
  • Google Scholar
    Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics (CURFS and TableBuilder)