We have both silent and collaborative study spaces, so whether you prefer to study on your own or in groups look out for Silent zone or Buzz zone signs when you're in the Library. You can also book study rooms for group work.
24 hour access
Did you know you can access the Geoffrey Bolton Library 24 hours a day? Use your Murdoch ID card to swipe in via the Level 2 entrance near the ECL courtyard.
After hours access to the Veterinary Library is available to current Veterinary Science students and staff only.
If you don’t have your own computer, you can use one of ours! We've got more than 200 computers available at the Geoffrey Bolton Library.
Also make sure you join the Eduroam WiFi network by logging in with your Murdoch username and password. Easy as!
The Library offers an extensive collection of online and print resources for study and research.
Library Search is an easy-to-use research tool that gives you access to journal articles, books, ebooks and other online resources. Use Library Search as your preferred tool for peer-reviewed academic literature. Search now
My Unit Readings & High Demand Collection
My Unit Readings is where you’ll find essential and recommended readings set by your unit coordinators.
The High Demand Collection holds important print books and recommended readings identified by your unit coordinators for the current semester. You can borrow these items for a short period or use them within the High Demand area.
Use our guide to tackling assignments
It can be tricky knowing where to start with your first assignment. Check out our step-by-step guide so you can be sure your headed on the right track.
Ask our Librarians
If you need help locating resources for your assignments or guidance with referencing, ask our Librarians. They are skilled information professionals who can provide study, teaching and research support.
How much you can borrow
As an undergraduate student, you can borrow 30 items for 12 weeks. High Demand items can only be borrowed for 2 hours during the day. You can use the self-check machines or visit the Library Help Desk to borrow print items from our collection.
Ensure you return due or recalled items on time to avoid fines or replacement charges. Learn more about borrowing from the Library.
How to reference
Referencing is an important part of being a university student. By referencing your research correctly, you acknowledge the ideas of others and ensure the academic integrity of your own work. How to write your reference list
Referencing style guides
Check with your unit coordinator to find out which referencing style you should use and follow the style guide. Referencing style guides