The Library holds an extensive range of items to support teaching, learning and research. Our collections cover printed, electronic and audiovisual material, digitised collections and archival resources.
We purchase print and electronic books and journals, and have access to thousands of journals and ebooks.
Ngā Kete e Toru
Ngā Kete e Toru is a specialised collection and study space designed to improve access to Māori resources and taoka and to support and develop the understanding of tikaka by all students and staff at Lincoln.
Lincoln University has an enviable collection of original artworks consisting of over 300 paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics.
Research and special collections
Our research and special collections play a vital role in research, teaching, learning, and community engagement. You can explore our unique and significant collections, in both digital and physical forms.
The library has a wide-ranging collection of online resources specially tailored to meet the research, teaching and learning needs of the University community.
If you’re feeling like you need a break from your recommended academic reading, why not explore our leisure reading collection “Time Out” to try something a little lighter.