Visit the Library's ebook guide for help finding, accessing, printing and downloading ebooks.
Try these suggestions:
Can't find the book you're looking for? Try these other options:
Clue 1: Specialised publisher in the field, for example a University press.
Clue 2: Reputable Author/creator: Look for the author's qualifications.Clue 3: Includes cited references and bibliography.
The UniSA Library has an extensive digital collection. You can access many books online through your PC, tablet, smart phone or ereader device.
Search the Library Catalogue for ebooks as well as books. To find ebooks in the catalogue you need to:
You will then see book chapters and electronic books in your search results. To access click on the title link and then the online link. Too many results? Limit by a date range or additional subject.
Use the Library Catalogue to search for books:
As an alternative to searching the Library Catalogue you can browse our shelves. Most law books are located at the City West campus under the following call numbers.
Tip: Use the call number (eg DEWEY:347.1)
|Law||340 - 349|
|Family law||346.94 and 347.42|
|Intellectual property law||347.37|
|Real property law||347.31|
|Workplace relations law||347.46|
For more info try the Legal Research Workshop which has been designed to teach you basic legal research skills using online (primarily Australian) resources available through the UniSA Library.