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Do you have to be a TAFE student to get access to the TAFE library?

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Members of the public can visit any TAFE Library and use any of the print resources (books and magazines) in the Library. Some DVDs are restricted to TAFE staff and students, and viewing any that are unrestricted depends on room availability. You need a TAFE student login to use the computers, and you need a student TAFEcard to be able to use the photocopiers.

If you wish to borrow you can join the library as an Associate Borrower (conditions and fees apply).  Associate membership can be for one term, one semester or one year. Refer to the Associate Borrowers Guide for more information.

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