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Study, research and collaborate

University students spend so much of their time at the library, or so the saying goes. So, it’s our mission to provide varied, flexible and collaborative spaces that are just as conducive to personal, quiet study as they are group work and project ideation. There are three unique libraries on campus – let’s take a tour of these state-of-the-art spaces and learn how they contribute to effective study. 

Take a tour of Bond’s libraries 

Join Domestic Regional Manager Sean Johnson as he takes us on a whirlwind tour of Bond’s three top-tier study spaces: the Main Library, the Law Library and the Multimedia Learning Centre (MLC).

Take a tour of Bond’s libraries

Main Library

The John & Alison Kearney Library, also known as the Main Library, is where most of the action happens – at least, when it comes to all of the traditional library activities like borrowing books, using computers and doing detailed research! With a team of librarians on-hand during key support hours, you’ll be able to find the resources you need to support your assignments and exam study. 

The Main Library also boasts stellar facilities, including quiet study areas, group study rooms and computers for student use. Plus, you will be able to fuel up ahead of your studies with a coffee or a sandwich, as the Main Library also houses the campus-favourite Papyrus Cafe in its lobby. 

Bond University Quadrangle and exterior of Library and Bond Business School.

Consultations with librarians are available for students to book at most times throughout the semester. Librarians can assist both in-person and virtually, providing help and support across an array of queries including literature searching, finding appropriate sources, reference management and more.


Law Library

A group of people in the Faculty of Law building.

Students across all programs, both in the Faculty of Law and other faculties, can enjoy access to the John & Alison Kearney Law Library, also known simply as the Law Library. This is just one element of the premium and supportive experience offered to Bond Law students – visit the library to access databases, view legal precedent, borrow textbooks and study with classmates or solo.

Like the Main Library, appointments are also available with librarians within the Law Library. These faculty experts can assist with any queries you may have throughout your law studies, including referencing and finding sources.


Multimedia Learning Centre (MLC)

Three students interacting in the library

A unique, technology-rich hub for both study and creativity, the Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre (MLC) provides all Bond students with access to collaboration-friendly study spaces, premium audio-visual technologies and a range of specialised facilities, including the Studio and 12 Digital Media Stations. This is the perfect place to study, alone or in a group, but it also serves as a highly collaborative and practical space for working on big projects across a range of study areas. 

The Studio

The Studio is an innovative space for content creation and production, equipped with everything you need to put big ideas into motion, including a green screen, cameras, 3-point production lighting, a teleprompter, audio capture, virtual reality (VR) hardware and monitors. 

Digital Media Stations

12 high-end PCs and Mac Pros provide students with access to a range of digital media production softwares, including editing, 3D modelling, animation and CAD software.


Here to support you

Bond University Library provides customer-focused, innovative services and resources to support the teaching, learning and research needs of the University. 

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