Online Student Library Services: Getting
Access

FedUni students who study online can use this guide to learn how to access Library resources. For more resources, consult the relevant subject guide.

Welcome to FedUni

Welcome to FedUni Library.

This guide has been developed to help our online students locate resources to support their studies. You can use the tabs at the top to navigate this guide.

Please feel free to contact us if you need more help. See the 'Ask a Librarian' box to the right for ways to get in touch or browse our FAQs.

Logging in to FedUni

Your FedUni username and password give you access to a number of helpful resources. 

Your username is your FedUni Student Number (i.e. 300xxxx). Your first password is the first letter of your first name, a full stop, and full date of birth (in the format DDMMYYYY). For example John Smith born on 25 June 1995 would have the password j.25061995

This password expires immediately after your first login, and you will need to reset it.

You can use Password Self-Service to change your password anytime.

You will need a student ID card to request resources such as books and DVDS. You can apply for a student ID card online using the CaptureMe Portal.

Requested items can be posted to your home address. More information regarding Postal loans: Eligible Postal Delivery (Within Australia only) can be found in the Resources & Services tab of this guide.

Accessing eResources through the library

Your FedUni username and password gives you access to a number of important resources.

Through the Library homepage you can access

Watch: Off campus eResource access

Accessing other FedUni resources

Scroll to the bottom of the University homepage to access other FedUni resources:

Contact the Library

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FedUni Library contact page with phone number

 

FedUni Library email

 

FedUni Library frequently asked questions, ask the Library system, and live chat

 

How can we help?

Librarians are here to help you.

  • Help with strategies to find information
  • Help you evaluate information
  • Help you use databases to find journal articles
  • Show you some searching tricks to get the best information quickly
  • Refer you to support services for help with academic writing

Ask a Librarian today!

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