Students, researchers and job seekers will find valuable information in the wide range of databases available for free with a library membership.
You'll need your library membership number to access many of these resources. This is the 14-digit number under the barcode on your library card.
Resources for school and university students
Thousands of full-text scholarly journal articles, trade publications, magazines, working papers and reports in the field of business, economics and finance.
To log in, go to ABI/INFORM Global and enter your library membership number.
Thousands of full-text Australian, New Zealand and international reference titles, scholarly journals, magazines and newspaper articles.
To use on a PC or laptop, go to Australian/New Zealand Reference Centre and enter your library membership number.
To use Australian/New Zealand Reference Centre on a phone or tablet:
An easy-to-use tool for research projects and homework assignments that provides quality reference information, images and videos across all major subjects.
To log in, go to Credo Reference. Select Boroondara as your member library and enter your library membership number.
This award-winning resource provides trusted reference information on a wide range of subjects targeted at different reading levels.
To log in, go to Encyclopaedia Britannica and enter your library membership number.
A diverse mix of full-text journals, trade publications, magazines and newspapers covering a wide range of popular academic subjects.
To log in, go to Research Library and enter your library membership number.
Resources for job seekers
Complete a short 15-minute questionnaire and receive a personalised Career Report, Resume Guide and access to MyResume Builder.
- your personality style
- your natural strengths and talents
- your best suited careers and related study options.
- writing a stand out resume and cover letter
- reading a job ad
- using social media to build your career brand.
To log in, go to MyCareerMatch and enter your name, email address and library membership number.
Books in Print is the world's largest online bibliographic database. It has details of over 20 million book titles, including in-print, out-of-print and upcoming titles.
To log in, go to Books in Print while using a library PC or while connected to the library Wi-Fi.