In the course of your research make the maximum use of all the appropriate tools for finding, managing and manipulating information and data.
The Library subscribes to many databases so you have access to full-text content not available on the open Web.
All databases and electronic resources require a UNE username and password.
Unsure of which databases are suitable? Library Subject Guides will help you select relevant databases to search.
Looking for a particular database? Try our A-Z list of databases.More information
Need more help? Postgraduate students are encouraged to submit a subject search request to get some suggestions from a librarian about search strategies and database selection.
e-publications@UNE is an institutional repository for disseminating and preserving the scholarly work of the University of New England. It offers a central location for depositing research outputs or other scholarly work for which authors have retained copyright or acquired permission to do so. In addition, the repository provides enduring access and makes the content easily discoverable.
Scholarly Research Blog Index
ACI Scholarly Blog Index is a free, editorially created and curated index of scholarly social media. Authors are selected for inclusion based on their academic credentials as well as the scope and quality of their writing. Metadata, taxonomies, and proprietary Author Profile Cards are appended to each publication. A sophisticated search interface easily surfaces highly relevant articles. Post-search filtering allows researchers to further hone in on appropriate articles.
Google Scholar provides full-text for millions of academic articles, including many not in the Library's collection.
Looking for full-text journal articles?
To identify articles on a particular topic use one or more of the databases. Once you have identified articles:
Item NOT held at UNE?
Postgraduate students and academic staff can get items not held at UNE.
You can place requests using the Inter Library Loans forms and we'll obtain the items from another library. You can ask to borrow books held in Australia, be sent scanned copies of journal articles, legal cases or chapters in books, and order theses.