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The Geelong Waterfront Library will soon be transformed as part of the current refurbishment to support the increased campus academic profile, following the relocation of Business and Law from Waurn Ponds.
This new Library will represent the global nature of information access, providing a high-quality environment to work, learn, research and connect with a strong focus on e-resources and ready availability to a collection of core and high-use Library print and audio-visual materials. The Library will increase in size but space will be limited.
Building works have already commenced and the first stage of development will be completed, with new spaces available, by mid-year.
Works on the current Library space form the second stage of development and will commence by mid-year, resulting in the Library relocating to the newly completed area.
The Library project is due for completion by the end of 2013.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience during the refurbishment.
There are many new learning spaces available on levels 2, 3 and 4 of the John Hay building, Building D at the Geelong Waterfront Campus. Our staff can help you find a space to suit your needs so just ask at the Library Service Desk.
You can also make use of the free Geelong inter-campus bus service, which travels between both campuses, in order to find a space that suits you at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus.
You can access the Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library, located on level 1 of the Sally Walker Building, during and after refurbishments.
Keep informed about what’s happening and when through the Library website, our social media channels and relevant building signage and updates within the Waterfront and Waurn Ponds Campus libraries.
To find out more about the building refurbishment and see the interactive tours of the new Library, visit the Deakin Facilities Services website.
We’re always interested to hear from you regarding our services, or this refurbishment, in order to address your needs or concerns.
Phone: +61 3 5227 1200
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