Library

Need help with the Library or your studies?

Library Hours

9am to 4pm – Monday to Friday

Contact Number

Tel: +61 8 6181 9921

Chief Library Officer

Ms Lizelle Smith

For personal appointments: The Librarian is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Library Email

library@iibt.edu.au

Please contact the Librarian via email for any library related questions and/or feedback, help with databases, inter-library loans (ILLs), other online resources, etc.

Students and staff can email the library for any library related questions and/or feedback.

Library Catalogue

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Students and staff can search the library’s resources by searching the library catalogue.

Students can join the library by presenting their Student ID card. Students need to present their Student ID card to borrow resources. Staff members need to show their staff numbers to borrow.

 

Students and staff can search the library’s resources by searching the library catalogue.

http://library.iibt.edu.au/

Students and staff can request Inter-library loans (ILLs) when the items are not held in the library.

Students: 5 items for 14 days (no renewals)

Staff: 5 items for 21 days (1 renewal)

High demand items: 2 items

Items will be requested back due to the following reasons:

  • Another person has requested the specific item
  • When there are outstanding fees that need to be paid
  • High demand item
  • Overdue item

 

Please note that lost and overdue books will incur a late fee

overdue fines:

  • After 14 days – $1.00 per item per day
  • High demand items – $2.00 per item per day
  • Long overdue and lost items – Replacement cost of the item and overdue fines.
  • Inter-library loans item – $4.00 per item per day

Please email the Librarian for login details

  • EBSCO Explora – Australia/New Zealand

(students can access the EBSCO Explora – Australia/New Zealand information from Explora)

Google Scholar 

Directory of Open Access (DOAJ)

VOCEDplus 

LOADB 

Open textbooks 

Gutenberg

Internet Archive

We encourage students and staff to join other libraries, such as:

State Library of WA (SLWA) 

National Library of Australia (NLA) 

We also encourage students to join their local public library.

It is free to join.

Introduction to Copyright

https://libcopyright.org.au/a-short-introduction-to-copyright/

Copyright Term Flowcharts

https://libcopyright.org.au/copyright-term-flowcharts/

Copyright Resources

https://libcopyright.org.au/resources/

Credit to ALCC

Australian Libraries Copyright Committee. (n.d.). Copyright for libraries and archives.https://libcopyright.org.au/

IIBT Library Referencing Guide

APA 7th Edition Common Referencing Examples

https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/reference-examples.pdf

References

CREDIT: TRACI GIULIANO, SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

 

Scholarly Journal Guide

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