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My online Library Card

I want to see which books I have borrowed from the Library and renew them. I also want to see how many items I've requested. How can I do this?

This is easy. You have an online library card already created that stores all this information and allows you to renew your loans, view requests and see if you have any library messages. First you need to log in. If you don't log in you won't be able to see your library card.


Step 1. So where do I go to log in?

There are two places:

(1) on the Library Home page you can click on My Library Card


(2) If you have not logged in, go to the top right hand side of the search results screen, click on MENU and you will see MY LIBRARY CARD. When you click on MY LIBRARY CARD you will be taken to another screen and asked to enter your CQU log on username and password.

If you have already logged in and wish to view your library record, go to the top right hand side of the search results screen, click on the arrow head to the right of your name and a menu will appear.


Menu Not Logged In  Menu option when logged in


Step 2. The Library Card has easy to understand headings. But where can I request a book?

You cannot request a book from your Library Card. You can only see the requests you have already made and cancel them if you've changed your mind and no longer need the book. To request a book you need to search for the title and follow these steps.


A screen shot of My Library Card

Your online Library Card will look similar to this image. You can click on 'Renew all' to renew all loans.

You can see which books you have on loan and the books that you have requested.


Step 3. My personal details in my library card and the address details are wrong. What should I do?

You need to go to My Centre to update your details. The library gets all it's information about you from My Centre through an automatic feed, so you can't update on our site, go to My Centre.

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