Below you can see a range of supports and measures that the Library is implementing to ensure continuity of service as well as the health and well-being of Library users and staff.
To submit a request:
Go to Search + Find, the library’s discovery service;
Search for the book or journal you need;
Please note that copyright law only allows students to request one chapter per book or one article per journal issue not exceeding 10% of the work;
Click on the item that you wish to request to find full details of the item;
Requests must be placed by filling the request form below. Please provide as much detail as possible especially the book title and page numbers;
Library staff will create scanned copies of requested book chapters and journal articles in compliance with copyright legislation;
You will receive an email with the .pdf attached when it is ready.
Only one article or chapter per request form submitted.
Requests for entire books submitted systematically chapter by chapter are a copyright violation and will be cancelled.
We cannot scan chapters from books that are currently checked out.
You can place no more than 5 requests at a time.
In providing this service, we must follow relevant copyright laws.
In submitting a request, you are accepting a copyright declaration as part of the request process.
In summary, scanned items are for personal research use only, and may not be shared, distributed, or posted elsewhere online.
How long does it take?
We will endeavour to have your requested chapter or article scanned and emailed to you within 5 working days.
Please fill the request form: https://forms.gle/m5KXpDUMQ1rZ9YxQ6
Our click and collect service will allow users to request items from the main lending collections for loan. Requested items will be retrieved, issued to the library user, and made available for collection within 5 working days of receipt of request.
Requests must be placed via the Library website using MIESearch - there is a 'click & collect' button in each record. Only submitted Click and Collect forms are processed.
To ensure the safety of all Library users and staff the following measures will be implemented in the Library:
This appointment based system will be in accordance with physical distancing requirements and will ensure equitable access to a limited number of study spaces in MIE Library.
This plan is developing in line with government and Institute direction and is subject to change. We will use social media channels to keep our students and colleagues up to date on any developments.
Click on link below to book a space.
The Library has rolled out a free book return service for graduate students to return their books by post and also offered the book return facility (bookbin) at MIE reception.
All books currently on loan have been renewed and any fines accrued during the closure have been waived.
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