Library staff are here to help. Use our Chat with us! service, call in or phone any of our libraries to seek advice or guidance. Alternatively check our AskUs FAQ service or contact your Liaison Librarian via the links below. The Library website also contains useful self-help guides to learn about Library services, facilities and resources - see our Learning pages linked below for a range of referencing, subject-related and instructional guides.
The Library can often provide specialised services and assistance to students with a disability or medical condition that affects their studies. These services may include:
Students are encouraged to contact the Access & Inclusion Office and speak to advisors there to discuss their requirements. They will then assist in arranging these services with the Library on the student's behalf. You can find information about access and inclusion at Notre Dame via the link below.
Free Library classes are available every semester. We offer a range of workshops that can help you to better use our resources, improve your referencing, learn about copyright, assist you with essay questions, or help guide your research journey. You can view these sessions using the Library Classes calendar linked below.
Library training and instruction may also be provided in your course; ask your lecturer for details.
Help us improve our services, facilities, and collections.
Please share your feedback via the Have Your Say pop-out tab on the left of the screen.
We will reply to you directly via email, or alternatively, a reply will be made available on this page. If you would like a more immediate response, please contact the Library directly.
To view recent suggestions please visit the Have Your Say page on the Library website.
There are study rooms available in the libraries on the Fremantle and Sydney Campuses. Some of these rooms have computer, DVD and whiteboard facilities.
To book a room and find out what services are available, view the Room Bookings webpage.