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Federation University Australia participates in the CAVAL reciprocal borrowing scheme, which allows students from FedUni to borrow books from other participating Victorian universities. You can easily register at any CAVAL member library when you go there or ask at your own University or TAFE Library. You will be given a CAVAL card which is valid until the last date shown. Remember to present both your current ID card and CAVAL card each time you borrow. Books borrowed through CAVAL must be collected and returned directly to the university from which you borrowed them. If you would like to borrow books from a university in another state, there is a similar reciprocal borrowing scheme known as ULANZ (formally ULA).
FedUni also participates in BONUS+, which is a resource-sharing project between FedUni and twelve other university libraries. Items that are unavailable at FedUni can be ordered from another university through the BONUS+ catalogue. The item will then be held for collection at your home campus library. BONUS+ items can be borrowed for 21 days and renewed once.