The University of Otago Library’s strategy sets the direction and focus for the library to 2028, in the context of the University Vision 2040, Pae Tata: Strategic Plan to 2030, the Māori Strategic Framework, Pacific Strategic Framework, and Sustainability Framework.
We support the unwavering commitment and ambition as a research-intensive and predominantly campus-based university with strong national and international linkages and a focus on high quality research, teaching and service outcomes.
The Library provides high quality information resources and services, recognising the diversity and needs of all stakeholders. We strive to be responsive and innovative in our service delivery and to be a vital contributor to the academia of the University.
There are a number of service points across campus where you will find welcoming comfortable facilities suitable for individual and group learning. Assistance with sourcing and evaluating library resources and developing your search skills is readily available from our friendly, knowledgeable staff. The stunning Central Library is located in the award winning Information Services Building. Hocken Collections is one of New Zealand's foremost research libraries and contains many rare historical publications of national and international significance, as well as manuscripts, pictures and photographs.
Come on in and explore your Libraries:
- Central Library (Information Services Building)
- Sir Robert Stout Law Library (Richardson Building)
- Health Sciences Library (Sayers Building)
- Science Library (Science III Building)
- Robertson Library (Union Street East)
- Hocken Library (Anzac Avenue)
- Invercargill Campus Library