Although our collections are extensive, you may have suggestions to enhance our collections to further support research, teaching, or the general collection.
All new suggestions will be assessed against the Library Collection Development Policy.
New item suggestion for the Library collection
New items suggestions for our physical or electronic collections may include books, professional publications, audiovisual materials, journal subscriptions and database access.
Due to the substantial and ongoing cost of new journal and database subscriptions, requests will be evaluated in consultation with school librarians and they may be in touch to discuss your request further. Requests for single journal articles may be submitted though Document Delivery.
Staff request to purchase books required for professional purposes
Books used as working tools or reference material required by academic and professional staff are procured through the library. Authorisation by a Dean or Supervisor along with a designated cost centre, is required for all purchases. For audit purposes, the library is responsible for recording and tracking all books and journals acquired using operating funds, internal or external research funds and/or donations. All books and journals purchased using University funds remain the property of the University, except where a book or journal is an approved gift from the University. Where an exception has been granted to the ‘Personal and Discretionary Expenditures Policy’ for purchase of items on a Corporate Credit card, details of the items purchased must be attached to the form below.
All professional will be loaned out on a long-term loan, however they must be returned at the end of your employment.