If you live in one of the main centres around New Zealand you may use the local University Library to borrow books.
You will need proof of your enrolment at the University of Otago, and address details to join.
The New Zealand Libraries which have agreed to share their collections are:
The friendly Distance Library Team (from left) back row Christy, Melanie, Emma, Jessie; front row Bronwyn, Jacinda, Lucy and Dana
Any student studying a Distance paper through the University of Otago is eligible to use the Distance Library Service.
For questions about delivery of books and journal articles email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Freephone: 0800 347 826 or 0800 DISTANT (NZ only) (24 hour answer phone)
Phone: 64 3 479 8940 (24 hour answer phone)
For help on using Library resources for your assignments and research contact your Subject Librarian
Request books via Library Search | Ketu (the catalogue)
If the above doesn't work you can also request books by completing the Distance Library Service Request form
The Distance Library Service can email you scans of books chapters and journal articles. To request a scan complete the Distance request form
The New Zealand Copyright Act allows us to scan a 'reasonable portion' of a publication on your behalf, unfortunately we can not scan whole books or journal issues. Check with the Distance team if you have any questions.