Many of our digital collections will be made available through QUT Digital Collections. Managed by QUT Library, it brings together digitised and born digital collections for dissemination to and reuse by the global community.
QUT Digital Collections currently holds digitised original scripts from the Cilento Gift, and more digital collections are planned.
- The Cilento Gift
- QUT Community Collection for grantseekers, fundraisers and philanthropists
- Library Store collection
- QUT ePrints
- QUT Theses
- Sugar Industry Collection
- Ozcase Queensland Historical Legal Collection (QHLC)
- Construction Innovation Collection
A collection of books, memorabilia, posters, furniture and original scripts, generously donated by the family of Diane Cilento.
The QUT Community Collection for grantseekers, fundraisers and philanthropists - contains resources on grant seeking, fundraising and philanthropy.
The Library Store collection contains less frequently used material.
QUT ePrints is an institutional repository of eprints which showcases some of the research output of QUT staff and postgraduate students.
The papers deposited in QUT ePrints are freely available. This open access ensures the widest possible dissemination and impact for our work and contributes to the growing body of research literature that is now freely available online. Find out more about QUT ePrints policy and purpose.
- Search QUT ePrints
- Browse QUT ePrints. You can browse the collection by author, subject, year, publication title, eprint type and series.
QUT Masters by Research and PhD students deposit a digital copy of their thesis with QUT Library for inclusion in QUT ePrints and the Australian Digital Theses program. Here you can browse a list of QUT theses.
The Australasian Digital Theses (ADT) project provides a search interface to a distributed database of theses produced by the postgraduate research students at Australian and New Zealand universities. Theses are available to the world electronically in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can search for theses from produced by students from forty Australian and New Zealand simultaneously using the ADT search interface.
The Sugar Industry Collection is a digitised collection of books, journals and conference proceedings held in the QUT Library. The digitised collection focuses on works dealing with sugar production and processing. The collection forms a valuable specialist resource freely available to researchers both in Australia and other countries with sugar industries, many of whom may not have access to research library collections.
The OzCase web site has been developed as part of the ongoing OzCase Project to improve library and information support for law researchers in the South East Queensland region through cross-sectoral collaboration between universities, government departments and private law firms. The web site provides a gateway to a range of law libraries catalogues, their document delivery services and descriptions of the collections strengths and weaknesses.
The Construction Innovation Collection brings together the published output of the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Construction Innovation.
The CRC for Construction Innovation was a national research, development and implementation centre focused on the needs of the property, design, construction and facility management sectors. Operating from 2001 to 2009 and headquartered at Queensland University of Technology as an unincorporated joint venture under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Program, Construction Innovation developed key technologies, tools and management systems to improve the effectiveness of the construction industry.