Using the library
Eora College library provides a range of resources for you to access. We offer online databases, eResources, research guides, orientation tours, workshops and facilities. We are here to help you navigate your way to great results.
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9:30am–1:00pm and 2:00–5:30pm
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Weekends and public holidays
Please note that Ultimo College Library is open on Saturdays during term. View the Ultimo Campus map to find the library location.
You will need a current TAFEcard which is issued at enrolment to borrow. If you don’t have a TAFEcard you will need to go to Student Administration at your college – take proof of enrolment and identification with you.
You may borrow up to ten items including two videos/kits.
Loans are for two weeks except for videos/kits which are for one week only.
Please see the TAFEcard conditions of use for library borrowing for further details.
Students can visit and borrow from other libraries at Sydney TAFE. Make sure you check the College Library opening hours before you visit.
Items can be returned into the chute at the front desk or into the library return chute located just outside the library door.
Overdue charges and penalties
The library is committed to the fair sharing of resources between library users. For this reason the library has a penalty process for late returns.
Borrowing privileges will be suspended as soon as an item is overdue. You will not be able to borrow from any TAFE NSW library until the item is returned, paid for or replaced.
Charges and penalties will be incurred for long overdue library items:
- A $10 charge will be incurred for each item returned to the library after a Breach of Discipline notice has been issued.
- Exam results and testamurs will be withheld.
- You will be prevented from re-enrolling or graduating from any TAFE NSW college until all overdue charges have been paid.
- An appeal may be lodged against the penalty imposed if you believe an error has been made.
You can renew your library items twice:
- If they are not reserved by someone else, and
- Items are not overdue.
Renewals can be done in person, over the phone or online via ‘My Account’ in the library catalogue.
You will need your TAFEcard to renew your items.
To renew your library items online, go to 'My account – renew my materials' in the library catalogue. You will need your:
- TAFEcard – you will use the barcode on the card
- Library PIN (password).
If you do not have a library PIN please contact library staff.
If an item you want has been borrowed please ask staff to place a hold on it. We will contact you as soon as the item is returned.
You can view the status of your hold online via ‘My Account’ in the library catalogue. If you do not have a library PIN please go to the library service desk.
If a course-related item is not held at our library, you may request an interlibrary loan. This means library staff will request the item from another TAFE NSW library on your behalf. Interlibrary loan requests should be made at the college library where you are enrolled.
Please allow up to ten working days for your item to arrive. When the item is available you will be contacted.
Service conditions apply – please contact library staff for details.
As an Eora TAFE student you can borrow from any of Sydney TAFE college library, including the Ultimo TAFE library. Ultimo TAFE library has resources for a wide range of subjects including general education, music, photography, fine arts and business.
Ultimo TAFE library has extended opening hours on weekday evenings and is open on Saturday mornings during term time.
Getting to Ultimo TAFE library
You can walk to Ultimo TAFE library from Eora — it will take about 25 minutes. If you are at Eora and prefer to take public transport, catch Bus 422 or 423 from City Rd near Butlin Ave, Camperdown (Stop 205038). Get off the bus on Broadway near Harris Street — it is about a 3 minute walk to Ultimo TAFE in Harris Street from the bus stop.
The library is in Building D - see the Ultimo TAFE campus map.
Eora College Library provides computers for student use. See Facilities and services for further details.
The Online Communication Services – TAFE NSW Code of Expected User Behaviour applies to all users of TAFE NSW computer networks.