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How the Library can help you study from home

by Troy Rodrigues on 2020-03-31T15:03:00+08:00 | Comments

Updated June 2021

During this time of uncertainty, the Library is committed to delivering the same quality services to you at home or wherever you may be.

In addition to the University’s guide to Learning from home, here's a few tips from the Library that help you study effectively from home.

 

Easy access to Library resources from off-campus

The majority of Library resources are available online - all you need is your Murdoch username and password to access from off-campus.

 

Requesting items from other libraries

If there is a journal article that is not available from our collection, you may be able to request it from another library using our ArticleReach service. If your request is successful, we’ll deliver it to you online – you don’t have leave home!

 

Ask our Librarians

Our Librarians are still available to help and support you from home – they can help with a whole range of study and research enquiries including finding the best resources for your assignments.

They'll do their best to help - whether its by email or chat. It really depends on what type of help you might need so get in contact with your Subject Librarian to discuss the details: Ask our Librarians

 

Items you've got on loan

Log onto My Library to see when your loans are due. If you think you have loans that can't be renewed, contact the Library.

 

Don’t forget, we’re here to help

Our staff have been working hard to support you during this difficult time. We want to ensure that you learn and study effectively, and we’ll do our best to help you achieve this goal.

If you need to contact us, the best way to do so is to send us your enquiry online.


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