UTAS Library provides a number of resources to support you in your lives and careers post-graduation. Find out more about Alumni services.
More online resources can be accessed using Library catalogue computers. Please ask library staff for more information.
- Annual Reviews
Provides annual literature reviews of the primary research for more than forty scientific disciplines within the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences, including economics. Alumni have full use of this resource.
- Business Expert Press
Provides authoritative eBook content in the following subject areas: computer science, philosophy, psychology, science, social sciences and technology.
- CSIRO Journals
Provides online access to 55 full text journals published by CSIRO Publishing as well as preview access to a collection of scientific e-books. CSIRO's journals are produced in co-operation with a number of other scientific societies in Australia and New Zealand. Alumni have full use of this resource.
- Informit eLibrary
Provides searching across up to 96 databases. Added tools include the option to limit to full-text, to select databases by subject or to search term thesaurus. Alumni have full use of this resource.
- MIT Press
MIT Press is the University Press of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They provide online access to several dozen leading titles in the arts and humanities, economics, international affairs, history, political science, science and technology. Alumni have preview access to all content and full text access to subscribed content.
- Palgrave MacMillan
Provides access to research, textbooks and study guides focused on the humanities, social sciences and business subject areas. Alumni have preview access to all content and full text access to subscribed content.
- Project MUSE
Provides access to Project Muses complete collection of 700+ journals and 20,000+ e-books, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. Alumni will be able to preview all content and access full-text for the 353 full-text journals UTAS currently subscribes to. Alumni have full use of this resource.
Provides access to books and journals across a broad range of subject areas encompassing business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine.