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LIBRARY SERVICES

for Researchers at Bond University


FACULTY LIBRARIANS
Each faculty has a dedicated Faculty Librarian, available to provide one-on-one assistance on
anything mentioned in this brochure, or other Library related questions you might have. Please
dont hesitate to get in touch.

Tiffany Mitchell
Business
tmitchel@bond.edu.au
559 53362

David Honeyman
Health Sciences and Medicine
dhoneyma@bond.edu.au
559 53347

Jessie Donaghey
Society and Design
jdonaghe@bond.edu.au
559 55693

Stephen ODriscoll
Law
stodrisc@bond.edu.au
559 51520

LIBRARY COLLECTION

DOCUMENT DELIVERY

Books, journals, and multimedia resources can be found on Levels 2 and 3 of the Main Library,
and the Law Library. You can search for these using the Summon search box on the Library
homepage at www.bond.edu.au/library.

If the Library does not have a particular book or journal article needed for your research, there is a
free document delivery service available. Please use the online request form accessible from the
Document Delivery link on the Library home page.

CITATION DATABASES

FLOW & ENDNOTE

Scopus and Web of Science are available via the Electronic Resources list on the Library home
page. These databases enable a user to conduct citation searches, and to access bibliometric
data such as citation counts, h-indexes, journal impact etc.

The Library provides access to two major reference management software packages, Flow and
EndNote. Flow is web-based and can be accessed directly from the link on the Library homepage.
EndNote needs to be installed on a computer. Please contact the IT Service Desk to install EndNote
on your campus PC, or your laptop or personal computer.

THESES
For information about searching for theses click Research on the Library homepage, then
click Searching the literature. Your Faculty Librarian can assist with locating and accessing
theses .

WORKSHOPS

Your Faculty Librarian can advise you on selecting appropriate databases in your research
field, and developing appropriate search strategies for conducting your literature review.

Each semester the Library presents workshops on such topics as:


EndNote
RefWorks
Searching for a literature review
Cited reference searching
Managing Information for Current Awareness
Research data management @ Bond
Measuring research impact
Your researcher presence online
Sage Research Methods Online

FINDING JOURNAL IMPACT AND RANKINGS

Click Events on the library webpage for details on these sessions. If there is not a session running
at a time that suits you, contact your Faculty Librarian for personal assistance.

DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC DATABASES AND JOURNAL COLLECTIONS


Many key databases for searching the literature of a specific discipline (eg. PsycINFO, Ovid
Medline) are available from the Electronic Resources list on the Library homepage.

LITERATURE REVIEW ASSISTANCE

Tools such as Journal Citation Reports (via Web of Science) and Scopus Journal Analyzer (via
Scopus) are available to help identify journal impact and rankings.

e-PUBLICATIONS@BOND
e-Publications@bond is our open access repository for showcasing the research output of
Bond University staff and research students. If you would like to increase the visibility and
accessibility of your body of research work using e-Publications@bond, please contact
Antoinette Cass (acass@bond.edu.au or 559 51523).

LIBRARY AND COMPUTING SERVICE DESK


This is located on the ground floor of the Main Library, right near the entrance. Help is available
here for all library and all IT enquiries. Assistance with library enquiries is also available online by
clicking Ask-a-Librarian on the Library homepage, or by dialling 559 51510. Assistance with IT and
AV enquiries is also available by emailing servicedesk@bond.edu.au or by dialling 7 (on campus) or
5595 4444 (off campus).