How Do I Make Requests?

There are many ways to request material from us. Below is a list of the simplest and quickest methods for requesting a particular kind of item. Alternatively, we can take your requests via email or phone.

Books

Request books online using the Library Catalogue. More information and help about placing requests.

More information about the BONUS+ Borrowing Scheme, including how to place BONUS+ requests.

Journal Articles

  1. Check that the Library holds the journal you want by searching either Discover or the Library Catalogue.  View a demonstration.  
  2. If the article is available in print, request it using the Journal Article Request Form. (Login to MyLibrary required)
  3. If the article is available online, you can print it out, save it, or email it to yourself.

Requested journal articles will be delivered electronically to the email address that Massey University has on file for you.

If the Library does not hold your article, you can request a copy using the Interlibrary Loan Journal Article Request Form. (Login to MyLibrary required)

Please note, there is a charge for interlibrary loan requests. More information about the Interlibrary Loan Service.

Part-of-Book/Chapter

Request a scan of a chapter or the Table of Contents pages using the Distance Learning Part-of-Book Request Form. (Login to MyLibrary required)

Please note, The Library must comply with The Copyright Act, which restricts the amount that can be copied to a "reasonable proportion".

Exam Papers

Previous exam papers can be accessed online via the Library Catalogue.  More information and instructions about searching for exam papers is available from our Examination Papers page. 

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