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Last Updated: Feb 25, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Support for you and your students

Course materials - as a Tutor you can organise student access to critical reading list materials by contacting these relevant Library services:

  • Short Loans
    For access to high-demand texts
  • Subject Readings
    Can provide online access to Library resources such as fulltext database articles, electronic journals and electronic books in addition to documents that you provide.
  • Ordering new resources
    For ordering new texts not held by the Library
  • My Library
    For access to essential subject readings, discipline specific guides and personalised searches within Moodle.

Borrowing Library resources

A range of services to assist you in accessing materials for teaching, learning and research.

  • Borrowing Information - All Campuses
    Tutors are category 02 (Academic Staff)
  • Bonus+
    Bonus+ is a resource sharing initiative that allows students and staff to borrow selected books from other participating university libraries.
  • ArticleReach
    If the journal article you need is not available at UOW Library, request it using ArticleReach and it will be delivered direct to your desktop.
  • Document Delivery
    This service supports UOW research, teaching and learning needs by obtaining material not held in the UOW Library collection.
  • Intercampus Document Delivery
    How to place an intercampus Document Delivery request

More information:


Supporting Library classes

The lecturer for your subject/s may have arranged for a Library class for students to develop research skills and support for their assessment outcomes.

We value your support and attendance at these Library classes to help provide input and field questions relating to subject content.

Students also value your support and attendance at these classes.


The Library supports your research with the following services:

Finding Resources

The Library provides online help to assist you and your students to find resources.  Tutorials, customised Faculty resource guides, general guides and videos are available to help you find resources for learning, teaching and research. 

  • Start Smart
    This tutorial is a great introduction to Library skills, with modules on finding books and articles and academic integrity. It's compulsory for new undergraduates and highly recommended for coursework postgraduates.
  • Library Guides
    Guides by Subject and Topic

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