Refer to the applicable standard organisation in the section below for instructions on how to obtain your required standard/s.
If you have any questions about how to obtain a standard, please email email@example.com
Please note: A standard that is not part of existing Library subscriptions will only be purchased for those patrons who are academic staff, postgraduate students and final year honours students and if the applicable user licence allows. A decision on whether to purchase a standard is at the discretion of the Library.
Australian Standards are available via our SAI Global database subscription. You may also use this subscription to browse other standards, including ISO Standards, and previously purchased ISO Standards may be available for viewing in full.
Please logout after use as only three concurrent users are able to access the database.
90% of ISO standards (and 50% of IEC standards) are now available for you to access yourself via the British Standards Online database (BSOL). The standards are the British implementation, but identical to the ISO. Once you open the standard, you will see a statement saying that it is identical to the ISO.
If you cannot find the standard because, for instance, it doesn't have a British implementation, send the details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current ASTM Standards are now available directly from ASTM Digital Library.
The ASTM Digital Library is also available for technical content covering a wide range of materials and industries, including Special Technical Publications, manuals, technical papers and journals here.
The IEEE Xplore database contains a complete set of current IEEE Standards.
In order to search for IEEE Standards, follow this procedure:
1. Go to the IEEE Xplore homepage
2. Click on "Advanced Search"
3. Under "Publications", deselect everything except "IEEE standards"
SAE Technical Papers are purchased on demand or supplied from those obtained previously in the same year. Please e-mail email@example.com with the details of the papers you are seeking.
For standards produced by organisations not referred to elsewhere on this page follow these two steps:
1. Conduct a search for the standard via Library Search. Search by keyword using the standard designation or the title of the standard.
2. If not found via Library Search, request the standard via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: If we find a print copy of the standard is available from another institution we may ask that you place a request via our resource sharing service. A standard that is not part of existing Library subscriptions will only be purchased for those patrons who are academic staff, postgraduate students or final year honours students and if the applicable user licence allows. A decision on whether to purchase a standard is at the discretion of Library staff.