University Library response to COVID-19
Our Virtual Library is open for business.
Following the Government’s directive, the University Library will be closed to in-person visits from 4pm Tuesday 20 July until further notice.
Our Virtual Library remains open to support our students and academics.
The Library has a wide range of online services available to support your studies and research:
- Call, email or chat online with Ask Library every weekday between 9am – 5pm
- Consult a general or subject specific How Do I guide for assignment help, available 24/7
- If you’re a researcher, academic, or research student – Liaison Librarians provide online support via one-on-one zoom meetings or email every weekday between 9am-5pm
- Learn how to find information specific to your program by enrolling in one of our Library Essentials courses, available 24/7
Services adapted in response to COVID-19
Latest service update: 3.00 pm, 20 July 2021
Borrowing and requesting
Borrowing of print library items has been suspended.
Due dates for already borrowed items will be extended. We will let you know when you can return your library items.
Recall of items on loan has been suspended.
The Interlibrary Loan service will now be limited to the delivery of electronic articles only and print books will not be processed. As other libraries around Australia and worldwide are also experiencing disruptions to their services, we ask for your patience when waiting for these requests to be supplied.
Access the Library’s online news collections.
Please check the University's latest update and FAQs for more details.
If you are feeling unwell, please call your GP or the National Coronavirus Help Line on 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450.