Library resources come in a variety of types and formats: from books, journals, images, multimedia to newspapers, dictionaries, standards and more. Here are some of our resources, sorted into collections by format or interest.
DatabasesDatabases are collections of online material (full-text e-journals, e-books, videos and more) that you won’t find in Google.
e-JournalsFind e-Journals by title or ISSN.
e-BooksOnline book and textbook collections on a variety of topics. Find out what they are and how to get them.
Online videosFeature films, documentaries, current affairs programs, popular television series, training videos and specialist subject collections.
DVDsPopular and hard-to-find films, documentaries, television series and more.
Audio recordingsMusic, sound effects and audio books.
Images and 3D modellingImage resources cover architecture, art, fashion, health and medical, media, advertising, science and engineering.
Dictionaries and encyclopediasLook up definitions and factual information about a topic or subject area.
News and newspapersFull-text articles from Australian and international newspapers, television news and documentaries.
Law and legislationCase reports, legislation, law books and journals, parliamentary records and more.
StandardsAustralian and international standards for accounting, automotive and transport, building, electrical, fashion and textiles, food, and materials and test methods.
PatentsAustralian and internationally-published patents.
ThesesTheses produced at RMIT University, Australia and overseas.
Research RepositoryOpen access repository of peer-reviewed research outputs and publications produced by RMIT University staff and higher degree by research (HDR) students.
Digital Collections RepositoryThe repository of RMIT-created and licensed resources that can be used for learning, teaching, marketing and promotional purposes.
Past exam papersPast exams are available online in PDF or in a print format in the Reserve collection at the Library sites
Rare booksA collection of rare, old, valuable and vulnerable books.
Emily McPherson CollectionAustralian cookery books, magazines, recipes, restaurant guides and cookery emphera from the former Emily McPherson College Library holdings.
Indigenous resourcesFind information on indigenous culture, education, environment, film, health, law, land rights, reconciliation, sport, stolen generations.
Open Educational Resources (OER)Open license learning and teaching materials from prestigious universities around the world. You are free to copy, use, adapt and reshare OERs.