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Central Regional TAFE Library: Services for Students

Membership

All currently enrolled students regardless of campus are eligible to borrow from the Library.

A current Student ID card is required. Please present this card when using library services in person.

Borrowing

Students may borrow up to 10 items at a time.

Resource  Loan Period
Books  3 weeks
DVDs  7 days
Journals/Magazines  3 weeks
 

Please note that you are responsible for the safe return of all items you borrow.

Only borrow for your own use. Other students are not permitted to use your ID card.

External Students

If you are studying off campus, you may be entitled to additional Library services to allow you to take full advantage of our resources.

Requests

If the item you want is on loan, you can request that we hold it for you on its return.

Speak to Library Staff if you want to place a request. Requests can also be made through Supersearch. We will contact you when your request is ready to collect.

Renewals

Most items can be renewed up to 3 times.

This can be done in person, by phone, email or via Supersearch.

Loans cannot be renewed if:

  • Another student has placed a request on the item, or
  • You have reached your maximum number of renewals.
Overdue Items

We will send a courtesy notice by email prior to an items due date.

If you do not return items by the due date you will receive a reminder notice.

If an item is not returned within a reasonable time, you will be charged for the cost plus a non-refundable administration fee.

Borrowers with outstanding accounts may have their borrowing privileges suspended.

Reciprocal Borrowing

CRT students may borrow items from other WA TAFE Libraries and Universities such as Curtin and Edith Cowan.

You will be required to present your current Student ID card and proof of enrolment at the relevant library. Membership is valid for the current year only.

The conditions of use will vary at each institution so please check before you borrow.

Not a TAFE Student?

Students currently enrolled at other educational institutions may borrow resources from our library and are subject to the same rules and regulations as other members.

A current student card or proof of current enrolment must be presented. Memberships are for the current academic year only.

Community members may become members. An annual fee is charged and membership is limited to borrowing only.

 

Printing, copying and scanning are done via a multi-function device (MFD) and these are available at most campuses. Black and white and colour options are available.

Students are charged for on campus printing and copying. You can add credit to your account at your Campus Library. For those campuses without a Library, you can add credit at your local campus Client Services.

At the Geraldton campus your student ID card is required to operate a MFD.

All copying and printing must be done in compliance with Copyright Act requirements. For more information on Copyright go to our Copyright Guide for Students.

 

Geraldton Campus

The Centre provides currently enrolled students with 24x7 access to modern computing facilities with internet access.

All computers have Microsoft Office software. Some multimedia and business software are also installed.

Printing, photocopying and scanning services are available in the Centre.

For after-hours access to the Centre please speak to one of our friendly library staff.

Your student ID card is essential for after-hours access.

Northam Campus

The room provides currently enrolled students with modern computing facilities with internet access during business hours.

All computers have Microsoft Office software and printing is available.

A large multi touch screen is available for group interactive learning.

Student Login

For information on your student login and how to access the student network or Student Portal go to our tab for New Students.

If you have forgotten your password, go to our tab for New Students.

Can't reset your password? Contact the Library or Bookshop for assistance. Please have your student ID number handy.

BYO Devices

Want to use your own device to access our Wifi network? Go to our tab for New Students.

If you are experiencing difficulties, bring your device into the Library and we will assist you.

 

Enrolled students studying on campus are required to have a Student ID card.

Charges will apply for your card and are usually included in your course fees.

To enquire about a Student ID Card, contact Library staff at the Geraldton and Northam campuses.

Kalgoorlie students should contact Client Services at the Kalgoorlie Campus.

 

Geraldton Campus

Laminating and document binding services are available. Fees are charged for these services.

Study/AV pods are available for group study. A PC, data projector, whiteboard wall, TV and DVD player are provided. See Library staff to book these.

Northam Campus

Laminating and document binding services are available. Fees are charged for these services.

 

Orientations to the Library may be scheduled by your Lecturers during class time or during your student induction.

Personal training sessions are available to help you develop your referencing, research and library skills or use our online subject guides. Your lecturer may also schedule a training session during class time.

Contact Library staff to arrange a personal training session either face to face or online.

 

This service is free of charge to all CRTAFE students.

Only course related items not held by us may be requested using this service. Limits do apply.

For further information, please ask the Library Staff.

 

The Central Regional TAFE Library Service provides a shared study and learning environment for all students.

The information below describes the behaviour expected of all users, to ensure that we work together to provide a pleasant, safe and productive environment for all.

When using our Libraries, please ensure that you:
  • Always bring your Student ID card when you want to borrow Library items.
  • Never lend your card to others.
  • Respect and care for the items on loan to you. Loss or damage may incur replacement costs.
  • Respect the needs of other users.
  • Limit excessive noise. Please use headphones when listening to audio material.
  • Refrain from marking, removing pages, removing security devices or barcodes, or otherwise intentionally damaging Library items.
  • Refrain from bringing strong-smelling or messy food into the library.
  • Please don't leave valuable items unattended.
  • Follow the directives of Library and other College staff.

This supplements the Central Regional TAFE Student Code of Conduct, Student/Third Party Computer Acceptable Use Policy, Managing Student Behaviour Policy and other relevant College policies.

Use of the Central Regional TAFE Libraries signifies agreement with these conditions.

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