Borrowing and ebooks
Become a member, borrow, and access eresources.
Types of items, how many you can borrow, how long you can borrow, and number of renewals.
Use the self-checkout machines or service desk, borrowing from the city campus.
Borrow from another campus library, Melbourne Annexe or Victorian academic library, or use the document delivery service.
Request a hold.
Find items that are essential reading for your subject on Reserve.
Renew an item that is almost due to be returned or overdue.
Fines for overdue, lost or damaged items, how to pay, and unpaid fines.
Find and download ebooks.
Set up an RSS feed to find out what new items are available to you. feed and information on how to set it up.
Login details, creating a library PIN, and viewing your library record.
Getting important notices from the library
- You will automatically have library notices sent to your university email address. You may choose to forward your student emails to another e-mail account of your choice.
Staff, CAVAL and other community members
- You can register to have notifications sent via email by completing the Notices Registration form.
Failure to receive notices does not exempt you from the fines incurred on overdue items.
Fines over $10 or invoices for replacement costs will be sent to you by mail.
Your borrowing responsibilities
- You must have your current student/staff card, library card or CAVAL card in order to borrow items at any of the campus libraries.
- You must return or renew the item by the due date.
- You cannot transfer the borrowed item to another person.
- You should regularly check your university email account for library email notifications.
- You must report a lost or stolen card to the Inquiry/Loans Desk and Student Centre.
- If you are a student you cannot borrow from the library until your card is replaced by Student Administration.