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Gippsland loans

Gippsland Library

From July 1, 2014, items held in the Gippsland collection will no longer be available  in Search.

Gippsland Library became part of the new Federation University in January 2014.

To locate items held in the Federation University Gippsland Campus Library collection, search Federation University catalogue: federation.edu.au/library.

Contact the Gippsland Library to discuss options for . . . → Read More: Gippsland loans

3 things to note about library fines

Just a quick heads-up about a change in the procedure on library fines.

Fines will remain active (including those incurred in 2013) for the whole time that a student studies or a staff member is employed at the University. This is a change from the previous calendar year approach.

Payment of fines is only required once a student . . . → Read More: 3 things to note about library fines

5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Getting anxious about your research or essay writing during the five days when the campus libraries are closed over Easter? Chill, you can plan ahead and get some serious work done. Seriously.

We know you like to be deep in study mode in the welcoming spaces of the library, amidst the scent of books, the relative quiet, . . . → Read More: 5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Get the most out of your loans

As a Monash staff or student, you enjoy generous borrowing entitlements. It would be useful to take note of some important things regarding your loans.

Automatic renewals

Once you have borrowed an item, except for items in high demand or those requested by other users, it will be automatically renewed up to six times.

Pay attention to emails about . . . → Read More: Get the most out of your loans

Important – spam email

Multiple versions of a spam email are being sent to Monash staff and students, advising that they need to renew their library accounts because of the implementation of a new Library system.

Please ignore these emails.  Do not respond by using the links provided in them.

If you are concerned about the information in these emails, please contact . . . → Read More: Important – spam email