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  • Bear to win? Facebook or Tweet your answer to a simple question and you will be in the draw. Read more for details
  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to 19th Century British Newspapers (via Gale). This collection includes two million newspaper pages selected by experts in the field.   National and regional newspapers are included on the fully text searchable interface. Four parts are included in the trial: 19th Century British Library Newspapers 19th Century British Library […]
  • Currently on Level 2 of the Central Library, this is a colourful showcase of the winners and finalists of the ABDA 63rd Australian Book Design Awards 2015. ABDA (Australian Book Designers Association) promotes the work of Australian book designers, connects with the broader publishing community and aims to discover and foster emerging talent. Flinders University […]
  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to Embase (via Ovid). Embase is a biomedical and pharmacological database containing bibliographic records with citations, abstracts and indexing derived from biomedical articles in peer reviewed journals, and is especially strong in its coverage of drug and pharmaceutical research.   Over 22 million records spanning 1974-present are included, with […]
  • Looking for comprehensive information about the world’s aquatic resources?   See Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA) for extensive coverage of research on aquatic organisms.   Marine, freshwater and brackish water organisms and environments are covered, including biology and ecology of aquatic organisms. Click here to access Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA).
  • Library Search Smart Orientation Drop in to the library for a quick tour of our services from a friendly staff member. Learn about: Finding books in the library Getting started with FLO (Flinders Learning Online) Using university computers Printing, scanning and photocopying No need to book! Just ask at the information desk in the Central […]
  • Medical, Sturt and Central Libraries will open 8am every weekday from Monday July 27
  • Access Anatomy.TV, a suite of detailed 3D models of gross and micro human anatomy.
  • On July 23 a new A-Z list of databases will go live. Existing links to Databases on the library homepage and in FindIt@Flinders will remain. Read more for details...
  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to British Online Archives (via Microform Academic Publishers). British Online Archives (BOA) builds upon a long and illustrious history of archival publishing and preservation that stretches back almost sixty years. Home to over 60 digitised primary source collections, BOA continues to dedicate itself to teaching and research within […]
  • News and Events from the Library » Database Trial

  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to 19th Century British Newspapers (via Gale). This collection includes two million newspaper pages selected by experts in the field.   National and regional newspapers are included on the fully text searchable interface. Four parts are included in the trial: 19th Century British Library Newspapers 19th Century British Library […]
  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to Embase (via Ovid). Embase is a biomedical and pharmacological database containing bibliographic records with citations, abstracts and indexing derived from biomedical articles in peer reviewed journals, and is especially strong in its coverage of drug and pharmaceutical research.   Over 22 million records spanning 1974-present are included, with […]
  • Flinders University Library currently has trial access to British Online Archives (via Microform Academic Publishers). British Online Archives (BOA) builds upon a long and illustrious history of archival publishing and preservation that stretches back almost sixty years. Home to over 60 digitised primary source collections, BOA continues to dedicate itself to teaching and research within […]
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