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Reliable support for your teaching

As academic staff you want the best for your students. The Library can assist you in planning coursework and ensuring your students can access and effectively use information resources.

Library electronic resources

Your AUT login gives you access to all Library electronic resources.


50 item limit ( 12 renewals per item)

  • Books: 28 days
  • DVDs: 14 days
  • Journals: 3 days
  • High Demand books: 2 hours or some items 3 days

Note: If an item is recalled an email will be sent to you with its shortened borrowing time.

Interlibrary loan

Request materials from libraries world wide through interlibrary loan.

Your research

Check out the range of research support services for academic staff.

Purchase requests

If the Library does not hold what you need for your courses make a purchase request by submitting a materials request form or contacting your liaison librarian.


As an AUT staff member you are responsible for complying with copyright law and AUT’s licence agreements when using copyright materials.

AUT Library has created an app to help you understand how and when you can share readings and other resources with students.

Use Copyright At AUT on the web or download it from: Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store

Course Resources

Course Resources is AUT's platform for sharing resources with your students - it simplifies the management of reading lists and provides the reporting required by AUT's agreement with Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ).

Please go to the Course Resources page for full details on how to make print and electronic books, DVDs, digitised readings and other resources available to your students.

New programmes

Part of the proposal documentation for new programmes of study is a Library Impact Assessment. Please talk to your Liaison Librarian. Allow at least 10 working days for this process.

Workshops for your students

We offer hands-on workshops tailored for your paper and delivered in our teaching labs or in classrooms.  Workshops can help your students build their resource searching skills and introduce a range of self-help tools and guides. Please submit the Faculty request form or talk to your Liaison Librarian.

I am a lecturer