The great thing about studying online is you can study anywhere, even the beach. But sometimes the beach gets busy, the café grows noisy and the urge to procrastinate in your own home becomes too much. Sound familiar?
Well, thanks to the University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ) borrowing scheme, all Swinburne Online students can use their local university library as a study space.
ULANZ can provide students with a vast range of resources including:
- Book borrowing services
- Access to library databases
- Access to the internet
- A quiet, comfy study space
The university library network can also be used as a choice destination for online students to catch up with fellow local students.
Swinburne Online’s social networking platform Connect makes it easy to see students in your degree studying nearby. Through ULANZ, students can easily meet up at the local uni library to study or socialise.
The ULANZ scheme is available at participating universities all around Australia and New Zealand. To find the nearest campus location to you go here.
Becoming a member of the ULANZ borrowing scheme is easy, simply:
- Take your Swinburne Online student card and ID to your local university library
- The library will then provide you with a borrowing card
Swinburne Online student’s already have access to 500,000 eBooks, a broad range of databases and other materials through the Swinburne University of Technology Library fully online. But if you’re looking for a study space, your local university library may be the place.
Membership is valid until February 28 each year, and majority of libraries will not have a fee associated with the application.
Find out more about ULANZ here.