eReserve and Closed Reserve are services that facilitate student access to course reading materials.
A central repository for storing scanned documents to support teaching and learning. The service makes reading material available to students whilst helping the University meet its obligations under the Copyright Act 1968 (C'th). eReserve should be used for important readings that are either not available electronically from the Library or are only available in print. If you scan or save copyrighted material, you must use eReserve to make it available in Blackboard.
A restricted access collection in each campus Library for high demand books, as nominated by the Course Coordinator. Books can be borrowed for up to 2 hours. Overnight loan is available 2 hours before closing time - books must be returned within the first hour of opening on the following day.
Only Academic Staff can request items be added to Closed Reserve or eReserve. If students notify us of a text they think should be in Closed Reserve, we will contact the relevant Course Coordinator about submitting a request.
Before submitting a request, check if the document is already available via FiNDit or the eReserve repository.
If the document is not available:
Please note the following:
Contact eReserve@nd.edu.au to follow up on the progress of requests or if you require further assistance.
Direct copyright questions to the Copyright Officer:
Follow instructions at the link below.
Please note the following:
Eligible staff and students can request access to resources that the Notre Dame Library doesn't have in order to support their teaching, learning, and research.
Scanned copies of journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings and more. Submit a request and we will see if we can source it.
Loans of items (typically books) from other Australian libraries.
The following students and staff are eligible for this service:
You must also have an unencumbered Notre Dame Library account.
Once you have submitted your request you will receive any further communications to your student or staff email address.
If you require further assistance, please contact the Document Delivery & Interlibrary Loan team on your campus:
The Library welcomes book and film recommendations from students and staff. Contributing to the development of the collection in this way helps to ensure it meets your teaching, learning, and research needs.
If you would like to recommend a journal subscription or other resource type, please email your Liaison Librarian.
All staff and students can recommend resources for the Library collection on their campus.
Follow instructions at the links below. Before submitting a request, search FiNDit to see if the resource is already available.
A Librarian will review your recommendation and notify you of the outcome if you wish. Please note, electronic format is the preference for book purchases.