The interlibrary loans service is available to UNSW staff and students to enable research, teaching and study at UNSW. You may request items that are not held by the UNSW Sydney Libraries and UNSW Academy Library Canberra. For more information see your Membership and borrowing rights.
For information on finding non-UNSW theses see Theses. Theses held in other libraries cannot be supplied via the interlibrary loan service.
For information on off-campus copy requests see Off-campus borrowers.
For copies and interlibrary loans to other libraries see Document delivery service.
3. You will be notified via email when a requested item is available:
To view your current and past book ILL details, sign in to myLibrary and under 'Loans' select 'Active loans' or 'Previous and historic loans'. Please note, journal article and book chapter ILL details will not be retained in myLibrary.
Due dates and renewal conditions are noted on the ILL book strap and can also be viewed in myLibrary under 'Loans'.
Return your interlibrary loans by post or in person at any UNSW Sydney Library or the UNSW Academy Library (Canberra).
All interlibrary loan requests submitted by UNSW staff and students must be made in accordance with the Australian Copyright Act. Under the Act, libraries can supply a copy of an article or other work as long as the copy is only used for research or study and the amount copied is in accordance with the limits prescribed by the Act.
The limits are as follows:
The Library reserves the right to refuse an interlibrary loan request if it believes that fulfilling the request would breach the Australian copyright law. For more information see Copyright.
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