Services for the public
QUT Library welcomes members of the community to its libraries. QUT Library offers a wide variety of freely available facilities and services.
QUT Library is open to all members of the public and membership is not needed to use services and resources in the library. QUT Library cannot provide access to the wider internet and so you will not be able to log into your personal email account or link to sites outside the university's network.
Studywell is an online suite of learning tools, templates and activities for students to increase study effectiveness, and support academic performance and achievement. All Studywell resources are available for use under a Creative Commons (Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share Alike) license.
QUT cite|write is your guide to citing, referencing and writing academically at QUT. QUT cite provides specific citing and referencing examples and QUT write provides eight specific writing guides.
QUT Library Subject Guides suggest books, databases and other useful resources to help you get started finding information on your topic.
QUT ePrints is a web-accessible repository of research outputs created by QUT staff and postgraduate students. Whenever possible, the outputs deposited in QUT ePrints by their creators can be downloaded or viewed online, free of charge.
As a Cooperating Collection of the Foundation Center, QUT Library provides public access to grantmaker directories, books on fundraising and nonprofit management, and the Foundation Center's electronic databases.
A number of library search tools may be accessed by the general public from within QUT Library buildings, and some freely available search tools may be accessed from anywhere (at home, work or in QUT Library).