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Aboriginal Pathways Program (APP)

Using the Library at UniSA

The Library has changed, we are more than just print books. A lot of our resources are available online so you can access them anywhere, anytime and on any device.

Looking for library resources for children?

Pedagogies in Practice Collection

The Library’s Pedagogies in Practice collection has relocated to Level 1 of the Mawson Lakes Campus Library with additional resources at the Magill Campus Library.  Explore the collection to access and utilise the library's physical and digital resources in preparing and planning for your field placement.

Explore the Pedagogies in Practice collection.

Story Box Library (online)

  • Features videos of Australian Children’s books being read by fantastic, mainly Australian and New Zealand, storytellers
  • Committed to supporting and encouraging the practice of storytelling
  • Lots of stories to choose from


eBooks and other resources

The Library has many resources available for borrowing:

Off Campus Library Service (OCLS)

The Off Campus Library Service (OCLS) assists staff and students who may not be able to visit the library in person. We provide:

  • postal delivery for books, DVDs and more
  • electronic delivery of documents including book chapter, journal article etc.

Public libraries

South Australian Public Library Network

SA library customers can now use any public library across SA with a single card, and can borrow and return from any library in the State.

  • Access millions of books, DVDs, CDs & magazines
  • Borrowing what you want is just a click away

For more information check out the SA Public Library Network website.

Wirringka Student Services

Offers Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students a friendly, comfortable and supportive place to study. Available at all UniSA campuses including regional locations with staff available by phone, email and Skype for external and UniSA Online students. View the Wirringka Student Services page for more information.

Library help

Ask the Library for help via live chat, phone, email, or access our suite of self-help resources.