FedUni online and domestic partner students
Welcome to the FedUni Library. We offer an integrated library service across all campuses, and aim to provide a range of high quality scholarly information resources and services to assist you with your studies.
The Library offers free classes to assist students with their researching skills. Go to the Library skills timetable to check for upcoming classes or to enrol.
In addition, some courses have embedded skills development sessions based on specific assessment tasks or types of writing. These are generally held during your scheduled lecture or tutorial times.
Online YouTube tutorials are available if you cannot attend a Library skills class.
Contact us for assistance at other times.
Borrowing guidelines for FedUni undergraduate and TAFE students
no. of items
|FedUni undergraduate and TAFE students*||30||14 days (2 weeks)||20|
|Non FedUni undergraduate students||30||14 days (2 weeks)||3|
*Students studying online and off-campus have an extended borrowing period to allow for postage of items.
Borrowers please note:
- Items in the Equipment, Reserve and Realia collections can only be borrowed in person by FedUni students and staff.
- Items in the Textbook collection can only be borrowed by FedUni students and staff.
- Multimedia items can be borrowed for a 14 day/2 week loan period only
- Copyright regulations restrict non-FedUni borrowers from borrowing off-air video and audio recordings from within the Multimedia collection
- Items held in the Blainey, Creedy, Journal, Law, Reference and Research collections are not available for loan
- Recreation reading items can be borrowed for a 42 day/6 week loan period by FedUni students and staff, and a 14 day/2 week loan period for all other borrowers.
- Items in the Reserve collection can be borrowed for 2 hours and may be taken out of the library
Returning or renewing library items
Provided no hold(s) have been placed on the item(s), and you have no overdue items, you can renew items:
- online using myLibrary@FedUni
- by phoning 1300 552 567
- in person at the Information Desk, upon presentation of your current FedUni ID or borrowing card.
You can return your library items by:
- placing them in the designated book return chutes at any campus library
- posting them to any campus library
Items must be returned by closing time on the due date to prevent overdue penalties.
Holds and inter-campus requests
You can request an item that is currently unavailable or located at another campus library. You can do this:
- via the FedUni Library catalogue, using the 'Request' button at the top of the entry for the item you require,
When the requested item becomes available you will be emailed a collection notice, which will advise you when this item must be collected by.
Students can borrow items from any FedUni campus library using their current FedUni student ID card. Arrange your student ID card today.
Intercampus journal article requests
Undergraduate students can request copies of journal articles held in print at FedUni campus Libraries to be
emailed to them via the online form.
Postgraduates may use the Document Delivery process.
Journal articles held in print at any campus library can be copied and sent to you electronically, within Copyright limits.
Complete the online form and allow three business days for the copy to be emailed to you.
FedUni uses the American Psychological Association (APA), Modern Language Association (MLA), Chicago/Turabian, and Australian Harvard styles of referencing. Download the General Guide to Referencing (pdf, 3.06mb) to learn more. Refer to your unit descriptions, or contact your lecturers and tutors for the preferred citation style for each subject you undertake.
FedUni students also have access to EndNote, a referencing and bibliography tool. Go to the Referencing page to find out more.
The Library provides support for partner providers in Australia, for TAFE and higher education institute partners.
Students at partner providers in Australia have access to electronic resources and books in the FedUni Library.