Navigate your way around the Library’s extensive research collection and discover the services on offer to support your study.
The UniSA Library is spread over five campuses: at City East, City West, Magill, Mawson Lakes and Whyalla.
Our impressive research collection has over 700,000 books and print journals, together with a rapidly expanding collection of electronic resources of over 160,000 eBooks, 50,000 eJournals, 23,000 eReadings and 480 databases.
Other resources include eReaders, images, audio/visual materials and manuscripts.
Each campus library has different collection strengths. Items can to be sent to the campus of your choice.
- City East: Biology, exercise and sports science, health sciences, human movement, planning and building as well as transport
- City West: Aboriginal and Islander studies, accounting, art, architecture and design, business, law, economics, information systems, management, marketing, tourism, visual arts, and the High Use Collection
- Magill: Communication studies, gender studies, international studies, languages and culture, media studies, politics, psychology, social work and social policy
- Mawson Lakes: Chemistry, computing and information technology, earth sciences, engineering, environmental studies, mathematics, physics, physical education, recreation and telecommunications
- Whyalla: Business, engineering, Indigenous health and social issues, nursing, rural health and social work
Off-campus library service
If you choose to study externally, live remotely or have difficulty in accessing the Library, the off-campus library service provides phone and online assistance, electronic document delivery and postal delivery of loan items.
UniSA Research Archive: Promoting your research
The Research Archive is the University’s institutional repository which showcases the research outputs of current and former UniSA staff and postgraduate students. It contains records of books, book chapters, journal articles, and conference papers along with PhD and Masters by Research theses.
The Library supports open access to scholarly information and uses the Open Journal System to provide a range of freely available eJournals published by UniSA.
In addition to our friendly helpful staff, we have a range of other services including photocopying, scanning, colour printing, study rooms, online and on-campus training, special collections and computers.
The Library is a member of UniLibraries SA, Libraries of the Australian Technology Network (LATN) and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).