- Copyright Guide for Research Students: What you need to know about copyright before depositing your electronic thesis in an online repository
- Information about publishing agreements and publishers' open access policies.
- Publisher copyright policies.
- Open Access (OA) is a movement to make available online research and scholarly material for the greater benefit of all, without cost, to enhance learning and scholarly communication.
- All OA material is made available with the consent of the publisher and copyright is retained. The main reason authors make their articles openly accessible is to maximize their research impact and this is achieved by placing material in institutional repositories which, like Bond's, are indexed by Google and other major search engines.
- It is in the spirit of OA that e-publications@ bond exists, to enable faculty, staff and researchers to contribute digital materials for long-term preservation and world-wide electronic accessibility.
- Read more about the Open Access movement and its international growth and explore other OA resources.
- New contributions from our academic staff are always welcome - please contact the for further information.
- Picture Australia
- A service hosted by the National Library of Australia to provide a single access point to the digitised pictorial collections of a range of cultural institutions.
- Trove is a one search discovery service focused on Australia and Australians, and provides integrated access to approximately 90 million items from a range of the National Library's collaborative services and from elsewhere.
- The Australian National Bibliographic Database - containing location information from more than 1,200 Australian libraries
- The Picture Australia program
- The Australian Research Online program
- The Music Australia program
- books, theses, reports, research articles, raw data sets, book chapters, conference proceedings as well as papers and records
- maps and audio-visual materials including photographs, artworks, postcards, videos, musical sound, sheet music and sound recordings of interview
- the full-text of major Australian newspapers, from 1803 to 1954
- copies of selected Australian websites which may no longer be available online or in their original form
- people and organisations
- WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. You can search for popular books, music CDs and videos-all of the physical items you're used to getting from libraries. You can also discover many new kinds of digital content, such as downloadable audiobooks. You may also find article citations with links to their full text; authoritative research materials, such as documents and photos of local or historic significance; and digital versions of rare items that aren't available to the public. Because WorldCat libraries serve diverse communities in dozens of countries, resources are available in many languages. Many digital repositories from institutions all over the world have also made their content available on WorldCat including e-publications@bond.
Metadata (information about items) is pooled from Australian sources including:
You can find information about resources collected by Australia's memory institutions, such as: