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What is open access?

"For scholarly work Open Access means making peer reviewed scholarly manuscripts freely available via the Internet, permitting any user to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of these articles".

Australasian Open Access Strategy Group. (2018). What is Open Access? Retrieved from

Journal collections

eBook collections

Institutional repositories

Institutional repositories provide open access to research output including theses, journal articles, conference papers and book chapters.

Evaluating online resources

It is important to assess the credibility and accuracy of online resources you use in your study and research. See our guide on Evaluating Online Resources and Effective Internet Searching for more information.