The University has announced a virtual document delivery service to provide scanned copies of journal articles or book chapters which are not available digitally but are held in the print collections of participating libraries. These are for research purposes only and subject to copyright requirements. This service is intended to facilitate access to print resources available in participating libraries, while library premises are closed to the public.
1. University of Divinity Higher Degree by Research Students
2. University of Divinity academics with a staff profile page on the University website - See staff.divinity.edu.au
Members of the University of Divinity who are eligible for this service are encouraged to use it responsibly.
Eligible HDR students include all University of Divinity students currently enrolled in a PhD, MPhil, DTheol or MTheol.
Scanning requests from other students should go through library staff at the relevant home College.
A scanned copy of a print resource can be requested by emailing email@example.com
Staff at Mannix Library will provide a "triage" service to:
The provision of this centralised request service for HDR students and academic staff is intended to avoid confusion about which library to contact and to streamline the request process.
All University of Divinity students and staff can continue to contact the library/ies associated with their home College for assistance with general library queries and requests.