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Insitutional school membership is available to early childhood centres, primary, and intermediate schools in the wider Albany, Manawatū and Wellington regions.
When a school becomes a member of Massey University Library each teacher at that school may obtain an individual borrowing card. The purpose of this membership is to support the professional development of the teachers in the region.
Normal and secondary schools have a separate membership type.
$200 annual cost per school.
The Principal (or nominee) must submit the Financial or School Member Registration Form.
Once the Library has approved the school's membership, teachers at that school can apply for individual borrowing cards in person during Monday to Friday opening hours. Please bring appropriate authorisation from the school and photo identification. We will also require name, school, home address, phone number and email address.
Library cards will be completed within 24 hours, and will be valid for 12 months from the payment of the school membership fee. Renewal will require payment from the school and confirmation from the school that the individual is a current member of staff. Please contact us for further information
Teachers are entitled to borrow books in person at their nearest campus library. Teachers will need their Massey University Library card and photo identification to borrow books.
Teachers have the same borrowing conditions as an Internal undergraduate student.
Overdue fines will be charged.
The BONUS+ Borrowing Scheme is not available to teachers.
You do not have remote access (i.e. from your home or office) to Massey Library electronic databases, electronic journals and ebooks.
However, visitor access to some Library electronic resources is available to all users who visit in person. More Information: Walk-in Resources (223 KB)
You may be entitled to delivery of Massey Library journal articles or to borrow from other libraries. Look up the Regional Schools entitlements
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Last updated on Wednesday 07 November 2018