1. If you already know the book that you are looking for, there are some short video guides on the Library's Self-Help pages to help you.
This guide explains how to find a book on the shelf using the Call Number from the record on Library Search
e.g. WB102 EX65 2011
If you need a book that is not available via the University of Otago Library, you can request a free copy (from libraries in Australasia) using the Interloan service (a book from beyond Australasia incurs a charge, but the Library will ask you first!):
University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ) is a borrowing scheme that allows staff and students of Australian and New Zealand universities* to borrow in person from any other participating university library.
ULANZ allows borrowing in person by registered users.
*EXCEPT for The University of Auckland.
The Library's collection of e-books is always growing. Benefits of e-books include:
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