The Library works with you to develop graduates with life long learning capabilities and to purchase or provide access to the resources needed for your course. Contact your Liaison Librarian for more information.
Improve your students' academic and information skills
Work with your Liaison Librarian and Academic Skills Adviser to embed academic and information literacy development into the curriculum, to design scaffold learning activities and resources for your students or to find out more about our learning services for your students.
Resources needed for your course
Online - Course Materials Database (CMD)
- Recommended readings and course materials - You must use the Course Materials Database (CMD) to make any copyright material available to students electronically. Please read the information for academic staff for further details about copyright requirements, how to add material and reactivate materials for reuse.
- Past exams - Past exam papers which have been released by lecturers and which have unit class sizes of 30 students or more are automatically added to the CMD as they are released to the Examinations Section. You can request others to be added. See Past exam papers for more information.
Physical - Course Reserve Collection
You may arrange for library books, videos and personal copies of books to be available to students on two hour loan by placing them in the Course Reserve Collection. Allow three working days to process requests.
Suggest material for our collection
Suggest a purchase using the Services feedback form or send reading lists and assignment questions to your Liaison Librarian who will acquire relevant material.