Library Services for Staff: Online and ready to help!

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The last number of weeks has seen us respond and adapt to evolving situations like never before. At Charles Sturt we’ve shifted to an online environment and many of us have had to figure some things out on the fly. And while we’ve all felt the impacts and disruptions in different ways, Charles Sturt Library is here to support you in the online transition every step of the way! Here’s how we can help:

For teaching

  • Our Faculty Teams are available to support with the transition to online delivery. Contact us to source multimedia, and other easy to access and up to date content for your subjects
  • Print textbooks: most recommended and prescribed texts are available as eBooks through Charles Sturt Library. For those only in print, the Library can work with you to support students and find a solution
  • Use Leganto reading lists to improve the student experience by putting their readings and multimedia resources all in one place. It makes copyright compliance so much easier too! See the Library’s Leganto Guide for staff and check out the DLT Thinkpiece. For assistance contact
  • Many eBook publishers have relaxed access to their content and we have compiled a LibGuide to additional resources that are not available through Primo
  • Check out the Teach section of our website for more services

For students

  • Brush up on skills with Library online tutorials and videos
  • Use the expert guides to find more resources for assignments
  • Our physical Library collections are closed, but you can request copies of print book chapters to be scanned and emailed to you within Copyright limits. All loans have been extended to 27th June
  • eBook etiquette helps overcome any difficulties with eBook access
  • Students on campus have access to study spaces in the Learning Commons. Our Opening hours have up to date information
  • We are here to help on Library Live Chat or call 1800 275 278

For research

  • Interlibrary loan books cannot be sent out but scanned copies of chapters and articles can still be requested using our interlibrary loans service
  • Our online guide will help with creating your ORCiD and other Researcher Profiles
  • We also have online guides to help you showcase your Research Outputs via the University’s CRO platform
  • If you need to know more about Research impact and Engagement, try this guide
  • Your Library Faculty Team is here to help you or head over to the research section of our website for more useful online support

Get in touch with your friendly and super helpful Library team:

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