CAVAL reciprocal borrowing
TAFE National Reciprocal Borrowing Scheme
The TAFE Libraries National Reciprocal Borrowing Scheme allows students and staff of participating TAFE libraries to register and borrow materials in person from any other participating host TAFE library in any other state.
The scheme assists students and staff who may be enrolled with or employed by a TAFE institution in one state but who find it more convenient to access TAFE library services in another state. The reciprocal borrowing arrangements between TAFE libraries within a state are not covered by this scheme.
University Libraries of Australia & New Zealand (ULANZ) borrowing scheme
The scheme is a cooperative arrangement between the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and Council of New Zealand University Librarians (CONZUL).
Registration for VU students & staff
VU students and staff can register directly at participating university libraries. You will need to provide photo ID as well as proof of current enrolment/employment from VU. Check the hosting library for conditions of library membership and use.
Registration with VU Library
Students and staff from can register with VU Library for free. To register, you will need to attend a VU campus library, provide photo ID and proof of your current enrolment/employment from your home university. If your registration needs to be verified, it may take up to two working days to process.
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