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OUA students' guide: Using the library on campus

This guide has been developed for Open Universities Australia students studying at Curtin University.

Robertson Library

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Using the library on campus

The following services are available to OUA students who can attend a Curtin campus library in person:

  • borrow books & resources from the collection
  • use the High demand section of the library
  • use computers, photocopiers, printers and scanners
  • use the Curtin network on your laptop
  • attend library workshops
  • use study spaces


All Curtin OUA students can borrow books in person from any Curtin University Library. Please ensure that you bring your Curtin Student ID card.

High demand collection

The High Demand collection provides Curtin students with access to items selected by lecturers as required reading for courses. Items in the High Demand collection are available for short term loans (2 hours).

Study spaces

You will find a range of study spaces to suit your needs including silent and quiet zones, individual study carrels and rooms, and group study spaces.

Computing facilities

Students who are able to visit the Library in person have access to:‚Äč