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About the University of Otago Library

The University of Otago Library offers an outstanding range of information services, quality resources and warm comfortable facilities suitable for individual or group learning. Whether you are studying on or off campus, enjoy access to a wide variety of print, electronic and audiovisual resources to support your study at Otago.

Make the most of readily available expert assistance with developing your search skills from friendly, knowledgeable staff. All subject areas have a dedicated Librarian to support student learning, check your subject guide on our website and make an appointment for a personal or group consultation. Your Librarian can help you find, access, manage and evaluate information at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

There are eight service points within the Library, all with wireless and networked computer access: the Central Library (Information Services Building); the Sir Robert Stout Law Library (Richardson Building); the Medical Library (Sayers Building); the Dental Library (Dental School); the Science Library (Science III Building); the Robertson Library (Union Street East); the Southland Campus Library (Invercargill); the Hocken Library – New Zealand and Pacific research materials (Anzac Avenue).