IIBIT Library's goal is to provide an educational environment at the campus. The Library is committed to delivering excellent and flexible services to all students and academic staff.
Level 3, Room no 305
Contact no. (02) 9269 6941
Level 6, Room no 624
Contact no. (08) 8203 9007
Semester Break: 02nd March to 15th March
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed
Semester One,2020 : 16th March to 20th June
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 8.30 pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 5.00pm (Closed during summer semester)
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 8.30pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed
A wide range of prescribed textbooks and other academic reading materials are available in the Library. The Library holds at least 4 copies of the latest edition of each prescribed textbook. The latest edition prescribed textbooks are available only as reference books for use in the Library room. However, a limited number of the latest edition prescribed textbooks are available for overnight loan and must be returned within 24 hours.
Students are expected to purchase their own textbooks. We also have subscriptions to relevant print magazines such as The Economist, Fortune, and Harvard Business Review along with the daily newspapers: Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, and Financial Review.
IELTS books are also available in the Library to support our international students.
Students may reserve a library book if it has already been borrowed. The book will be given to the first student on the reserved list. The item will be held for 2 days, after which it will be allocated to the next person on the reserved list and you will need to make a new reservation.
A late fee of $1.00 per day will be incurred to your account after the due date (Saturday & Sunday inclusive). Please inform us if you change your contact details (phone number and email address) so that you will not miss the text message or email reminders that the Library will send you when your item is overdue.
*Note: Please return the books on time to avoid penalties.
IIBIT Library has 1 photocopy machine which can be used for printing, photocopy and scanning. However, all IIBIT students can use other allocated photocopy machines around the campus for printing.
There are computers available in the Library and students can use the same passwords as the ones which can be used in the computer labs. Remote internet facility (Wi-Fi) is also available and students can use their own laptops in the Library but you cannot print from the laptops.
*Please note that the Library will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items that belong to students.
The services provided by the IIBIT Library are based on guidelines developed by the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) which provide a basis for the establishment and provision of library services provided to Federation University Australia students studying at IIBIT.
Our FedUni students and staff may borrow books from the Federation University Library through the FedUni online Library system. Ordered books can be picked up from IIBIT Sydney Library. Students and staff have full access to the FedUni Library Database including full text journal articles, e-books and other reference materials. Our friendly staff are always available to assist with searching databases for journals or research for assignments.
The FedUni Library (the home Library at Ballarat VIC) provides all enrolled students and staff of the University, regardless of teaching site or study mode, access to a range of information and resources supporting research and study needs.
For information on the Development of Collections and Library Spaces at IIBIT you can visit the FedUni Library
As a student of Federation University- Australia, you can request books from the FedUni Library which will be delivered to our IIBIT campus free of charge.
Undergraduate students can borrow up to 10 books for 21 days including mail time to/from Ballarat VIC.
Postgraduate students can borrow up to 50 books for 42 days including mail time to /from Ballarat VIC.
1. Search the Library Catalogue from http://federation.edu.au/library
2. select the item you want and click on the title to access the full record for the item
3. click on the 'Request' button at the top of the page
4. Enter your name and your FedUni student card barcode from the drop-down list
5. Select your Partner Provider institution name as your 'Pickup Location’
6. Press 'Submit'.
eBooks, Journal and Articles
All the electronic resources provided by FedUni are accessible to IIBIT students and teaching staffs. Access to journal articles through FedUni Library’s subscription database and eBooks is free. For more information, please visit the following library link http://federation.edu.au/library
Due to copyright law, you cannot print or copy more that 10%, or 1 chapter per book or 1 article per journal.
For more information about copyright law, please visit Australian Copyright Council OR Federation University Australia Copyright Procedure
If the books are not available at the FedUni Library, students can borrow books from other libraries through BONUS+ link which is located on the FedUni Library home page.