Academic and Teaching Staff: Library



This guide is designed to link you to resources which will aid and support you in your teaching and research. It covers materials relevant to classroom teaching, regulatory requirements, professional development and personal wellbeing. If you are aware of other resources which you feel would be useful to include in this guide please advise library staff by phone 1300 552 567 or the Ask the Library link on the library website.

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Other Resources

The library has a range of other resources to help you improve your information literacy skills. These include:

Individual consultations


  • introduce you to Library services and resources which support learning, teaching and research
  • help you select appropriate databases and search them effectively
  • provide advice on how you can save and reuse your searches
  • show you how to keep up to date using automated alerts
  • help you to manage your references with EndNote

f the times suggested by the scheduler do not suit, please contact or call 1300 552 567 to arrange an appointment at a mutually convenient time.

Requesting books

As a Federation University staff member you are able to request print books from the Federation University Library's collection using your login and password.

You can keep track of your borrowed and requested books through myLibrary which is where you can also make a Document Delivery request for books and journal articles not in our collection.

Document delivery during COVID-19

Document Delivery services will continue to be provided during the Library shutdown period. While Library staff are still onsite we will continue to provide a full service.

However, as Libraries across the country (and the world) are now closed it has become more difficult to source resources.  We also can no longer provide access to ‘In-Library Use Only’ materials. 

If there comes a time when Library staff are required to work from home we will provide a limited Document Delivery service that consists of only materials that we can source via electronic means.