The Interlibrary Loan service supports your research, study, teaching and employment by obtaining more resources to assist your studies.
Learn how to use Primo Search to request an item from another library and the conditions associated with this service.
Requests must relate to current Charles Sturt work, research or study and is only for items not held by Charles Sturt University.
Charles Sturt Students or Staff are eligible for the standard Interlibrary Loan service.
We will post to off campus staff and students. You must pay for return postage to a Charles Sturt campus library.
Charges apply based on your course type.
Charges may apply for:
We will contact you before requesting item to confirm additional charges.
We cannot send books from other libraries overseas. We are only able to get copies of chapters or articles for students outside Australia.
You will be sent an email when an item is available to be collected from your campus library or, for off campus staff and students, when an item is posted to your home address.
Copyright applies to journal articles and chapters or pages from books and are obtained subject to the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968.
To renew your loan, please contact the Charles Sturt Library at least three days before a loan is due. Please note that renewals are not always permitted by the lending library.
Borrowers are responsible for returning items.
Charles Sturt Library can supply most items from its collection to libraries via Libraries Australia or OCLC.
Email requests will be actioned providing they follow the Copyright Act 1968 and you are able to pay via Invoice or IFLA voucher.
More detailed information on our service is available through the Interlibrary Resource Sharing (ILRS) directory.
Some Charles Sturt theses are available for loan. Libraries can buy a copy of a Not for Loan theses by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A declaration form will be sent to you which must be completed before a theses is copied.
Theses copying costs $71.50 (including GST) and may take 4-6 weeks excluding delivery.
An electronic copy will be available, with the author’s permission, where possible.