General Books collection
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley
The general book collection is located in the main section of the library and collection strength include plant taxonomy; botanical floras; plant propagation; weed science; soil science; garden design; garden history; conservation and restoration management; horticultural plants; and amenity horticulture.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley LFR
The LFR collection was relocated to the Burnley Library in 2007. It contains books from the former Agriculture Library at the Parkville Campus. New material is not being added to this collection.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley Ref
The collection of reference books includes encyclopaedias, atlases, dictionaries and copies of plant, insect and weed identification books. The items in this collection are not available for loan.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley Res
The collection includes high use books, horticultural project reports and honors and masters theses. The items in this collection are available for a 2 hour loan for use within the library. A maximum of 2 items can be borrowed at a time.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley Per
The collection includes academic journals, and trade and industry publications. The journals are shelved alphabetically by title and are not available for loan.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley RB
This includes rare and historic books relating to horticulture and the history of gardening. The collection includes items which have a historical connection to the Burnley Campus (previously the Victorian College of Agriculture and Horticulture).
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley VID
The majority of the videos are available for restricted loan periods. Loans conditions include 7 day renewable, overnight non-renewable and library use only.
Catalogue location code: UniM Burnley Compactus
The compactus contains copies of older books which can be borrowed for a 28 day renewable loan.
Access to the Burnley Campus Archives
The Library is the enquiry point for the submission of requests by students and members of the broader community to view materials held within the Burnley Campus Archives.
The archive is a collection of documents, photographs and artefacts relating to the history of the Burnley Gardens and Campus.
The Archives does not have regular opening hours – access is by appointment only. Email enquiries: email@example.com
An extensive research and teaching collection of books, reports, proceedings in the areas of forest science and related subjects.
The periodical collection includes a large range of national and international journals on forest science and related disciplines in both print and electronic form.
Creswick Special collection
The Creswick Special Collection includes a range of historic books on forestry and related disciplines that were published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.