Answered By: Patricia Farnan Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 Views: 127
Reciprocal borrowing is an arrangement that allows students of the University to borrow materials from the libraries of affiliated organizations and for the students of those affiliated organizations to borrow from our libraries.
All reciprocal borrowing occurs under two frameworks:
- The University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ) scheme covers most university libraries in Australia and New Zealand
- Locally negotiated agreements cover other types of libraries on an individual basis.
Please see the Reciprocal Borrowing page to find out if your are eligible under these arrangements.