Borrowing in Hobart Campus
Our Hobart campus is equipped with the most relevant and essential print books for loans. We are constantly updating and adding to our collection to ensure our resources meet your needs.
To Borrow Books
To borrow print books, please email email@example.com and our friendly staff will be happy to help.
In the email, state:
- Your full name
- Student ID
- Details of the book(s) you want to borrow such as book titles, authors, editions
As soon as the book is available for collection, you will be notified via email. The staff will notify you when and where to collect the book. If you live away from campus and the time is not convenient, let our staff know and they will adjust the date and time for collection.
Accessing Online Databases
The Library has the most up-to-date, relevant and essential online databases. You can access them remotely anywhere anytime. We hope you will make full use of them. To access them, you need a Username and Password issued by the IT Department. If you are not sure about your Username and Password, please contact IT support.
Your library database login, together with your Moodle login, is provided to you in an email once you enrol at IMC. Your library database login is the same as your default Moodle login. For further details, see Accessing Library Databases.
Remember to check out the highly popular Business Management Collection (Henry Stewart Talks), a suite of online lectures and case studies by leading experts from renowned universities and organisations on commerce, industry and academia from around the world.
To polish your academic skills, the Library has various online workshops that meet your needs. They include the highly popular and in-demand Database Search Workshop that will guide you through how to search in the relevant and essential online databases and journals.
The other important workshop is Conducting Research, a one-stop shop to your research needs. This workshop teaches you research using appropriate, current, trustworthy and relevant resources. It guides you through using subject-specific databases, online videos and lectures, e-books, journal articles, learning tips and study advice.
Library workshops focus on learning strategies, time management, analysing assignment questions, note-taking, referencing, essay and report writing, giving presentations and much more.
If you are keen on career development and success, workshops on Complex Problem Solving, Creativity and Critical Thinking will be highly valuable.
The workshops are run on a one-on-one or group basis and are designed for postgraduate and research students. You can choose the day and time that suits you. For more details, please visit here for more information.
The Library has other online support and programs. If there are questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email. We are happy to help.
IMC will do its best to assist you and make your study with us successful and enjoyable.