Policies and Guidelines

Below is our list of policies and guidelines that you should understand when using the Library, its spaces, and resources.

Student Rules (Section 18): Use of the University Library

Understand your responsibilities when using the UTS Library.

View the UTS Student Rules

Acceptable use of information technology resources

Understand your responsibilities when using UTS information technology.

This policy governs the use of all network services, computer equipment and software, owned, leased, or used under license by the University.

View the UTS Provision and Acceptable use of Information Technology Resources Policy

Access and borrowing guidelines

Learn further about UTS Library membership, including access, borrowing, loans, returns, fines, and replacement costs.

These Guidelines should be read in conjunction with the UTS Student Rules, Section 18.

View the UTS Library Access and Borrowing Guidelines

UTS informal learning spaces booking and use guidelines

Guidelines covering the management, access to, and use of (including bookings of study spaces, event bookings, and requests to film/photograph) all UTS informal learning space.

View the UTS Informal Learning Space Booking and Use Guidelines

Use of electronic resources

Learn further about our electronic resources (such as eJournals, eBooks and databases) and how you may use them.

View the UTS Library Use of Electronic Resources Guidelines

Accessible formats service guidelines

Find out more information on the services the Library provides for UTS students and staff with either a temporary or permanent disability to ensure there is equitable access to our resources.

View the Accessible Formats Service Guidelines

Collection development and management guidelines

These guidelines underpin UTS Library’s collection development and management practices

View the UTS Library Collection Development and Management Guidelines