COVID-19 (coronavirus) and Library services

Print collections start to reopen from 15 June: print collections are gradually starting to reopen on a self-service basis. You can borrow (UQ ID required) and return items at these libraries.

We will continue to provide services as the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation evolves. Access our resources and training to help you to continue your studies online.

Online exams

Preparing for online exam success - strategies to help you get ready for your online exams, including checking your IT set up and your access to the learning resources you need for open book exams. Learn more about the Inspira Assessment pilot.

Assignment planner

Try our assignment planner to create a step-by-step plan for completing your assignment.

Studying online

How to study online has tips to help you access the tools you need and to stay focused and organised.

How can we help you succeed?

I need access to learning resources like reading lists, past exams or to view my loans:

Go to My Library

Online IT help

Contact our AskUs team using Chat or send us a question and we'll get back to you. Get help with student passwords and issues accessing UQ systems. Access our IT help pages for Learn.UQ (Blackboard) and login help guides.

Course reading lists

Check how to access your course readings.

Digital Essentials

Complete the Digital Essentials modules to build your study and assignment skills.

 

Research & referencing

Note: You can get subject specific help from a librarian who specialises in your subject area e.g. business, education or law.

Training & academic skills

Borrowing

Study and personal help

Many students experience a wide range of life issues which can cause stress and impact negatively upon learning and quality of life. If you feel you need help, please contact the following services to assist you with study-related or personal issues:

  • UQ Student Support provides services related to wellbeing, disability, faith, accommodation as well as help with studying, writing assignments and exams.
  • Student Union site provides services to assist you with education, equity, employment, gender & sexuality, legal, migration and welfare issues.
  • If you want to talk to someone immediately, please phone the UQ Counselling and Crisis Line
    1300 851 998available 24 hours a day.

Still need help?

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