With exams right around the corner, let’s revisit some strategies for getting the most out of ANU Library services, resources and spaces.
Both the Hancock and Chifley Libraries are open 24/7 – providing you many options for your study sessions. Opening hours for all branches are on the Library website.
Book a group study room
If you’re after a space to collaborate with your study buddies, we have a range of group study rooms across our Chifley, Hancock, Menzies and Law branches. You can book these online.
Chifley Level 1 Student Commons
Have you been to the Level 1 student commons in the Chifley Library?
We have 200 new student seating spaces and lockers, a new print station, extra group study rooms and brand-new bathrooms. And as with the rest of Chifley Library – all of this is available 24/7!
Find a PC
Use this helpful tool to quickly see how many PCs are available in the ANU Library. Mac computers and study spaces with power outlets are also available for use in all branches.
Past exams papers
Get exam ready by looking at some past exam papers. The ANU Library has a collection of past exam papers in a range of subjects.
Our helpful librarians can assist with your queries on specific subject areas. Browse the full list of subject specialists on our website.
Library study tips
When using Library spaces, be considerate of others:
- Don’t hog the computers or leave your belongings unattended.
- Respect the noise rules of the space you are in - social, quiet and silent zones will be marked.
- Bring your headphones if you’re planning on listening to music.
- Don’t bring hot food or uncovered drinks into the Library.
- Return library books on time, including the course reserve items.
We hope these tips will help make using the library spaces a little easier while you’re studying for exams.