Community College of City University (Telford Annex)
33 Wai Yip Street
Monday to Friday 9:00am - 9:45pm
(Library Counter closes at 5:45pm)
Saturday 9:00am to 12noon
Students can easily access the printing facilities in Telford Library using their Octopus cards. Details of the use of printing services are stated at the workstations in the Library.
Welcome to the Library page of Community College of City University, Part of the University of Wollongong Australia Network
This guide introduces the range of available resources to support your study and help you make the most of your UOW experience.
Use your UOW student ID card to borrow items from Telford Library.
Check your library record for fines, recalled items and overdue loans. You can also renew items and view the progress for print items you have requested from other libraries.
All items at the Telford Library can be borrowed for 28 days. You can borrow up to 10 items, and place a hold on 2 items that have been borrowed by other students. You will receive an email notification if any of the items you have borrowed are overdue.
An overdue notice will be sent via email to borrowers as soon as the loan period expires. However, the onus of returning library materials on time rests with the borrowers. Borrowers can settle overdue fines by cash at Telford Library service counter during office hours.
Use SEARCH to find print resources, eBooks and online journal articles. To access electronic resources from the search results list, click on ‘Access electronically’ or download Full Text PDF.
StartSmart introduces you to essential information and skills to find and use great information for assignments, avoid plagiarism, and develop strong academic integrity practices.
StartSmart is one of two compulsory programs that all commencing students must complete, together with the complementary CareerSmart program.
The Telford Library is fitted with personal computers, which are connected to the campus wireless LAN. There are study areas in the campus including the courtyard, open area on the third floor, and computer-equipped workstations and study cubicles in the Library.