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A Print Reserve Collection is located at each campus library and contains high use books or audiovisual materials. Restricted loan conditions apply to these high demand collections to provide access to a greater number of students. Reserve collection items are reviewed annually and removed if they no longer fall into the category of high demand.
Details for submitting requests for materials to be placed in the campus library print reserve collection can be found at: deakin.edu.au/library/teach/submit-reading-list.php
Resources held in Campus Library Print Reserve Collections are available via unit material on the Library's homepage. Items are available from Reserve for a 2 hour loan and may be taken out of the library. If item/s are borrowed within 2 hours of library closing time, they may be borrowed overnight and returned within the first hour of opening the following day.
E-readings are an electronic collection of readings to support units being taught each semester and may include book chapters, journal articles and lecture notes.
Resources held in E-readings are available via unit material on the Library's homepage. More information on finding e-readings can be found at: deakin.edu.au/library/help/how-do-i-find.php#reading-list
Information on requesting or linking via CloudDeakin to e-readings can be found at: deakin.edu.au/teaching-learning/dso/guides/ereadings.php
The Library provides access to electronic copies of past Deakin University examination papers submitted for Deakin University students and that have been approved for library release in accordance with the University's Assessment (Higher Education) Administration Schedule.
All papers to be published by the Library must be submitted for approval to the Assessments and Graduations Unit (Division of Student Administration). The Assessments & Graduations Unit overseas the consistency, quality and authorisation of Deakin Examination Papers.
Examination papers are available via unit material on the Library's homepage. Please note that embargoes from unit chairs may restrict the release of certain examination papers. Sample exam papers will only be made available as part of the examination paper collection if previous exam papers for the unit do not exist e.g. new units or units that have undergone major syllabus revisions. Sample exam papers will be removed as soon as the real paper is available.
The Digitisation area of the Library is responsible for coordinating library access to exam papers. Information on linking to exam papers from CloudDeakin or a wep page is available at: /library/teach/direct-linking.php#exams
The Library makes available Deakin University Doctoral and Masters Research theses either in print format, or more recently in digital format. All Higher degree by research theses completed by Deakin University graduates are listed in the Library catalogue.
Print copies are located in one of the campus libraries where the principal supervisor was based and are available for loan. There is also an archival copy that is located in the Special Collection at the Geelong Waterfront Campus Library. This copy is only available for consultation within the Library. Note that embargoes may apply to some theses and this may result in restrictions to access, lending or photocopying. A thesis which fits into this category is identified on the Library catalogue with the wording 'embargoed until .....'
Candidates are encouraged to provide a digital thesis which are made available on Deakin Research Online.
Further information is available at: deakin.edu.au/library/research/search-and-review-literature.php#theses.
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