LRC Opening Hours


 LRC will be open with reduced staffed hours:
 10:00am - 3:00pm
until further notice


The LRC after-hours space
will continue to open
from 7:30am to 9:00pm
Monday to Friday

Saturday: 7:30am - 7:00pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Monday, 8 June - Queen's Birthday



We will endeavour to keep you up-to-date with any last minute changes to opening hours
via the LRC webpage and other signage in the LRC.

Research assistance

Research Assistance for Staff

The LRC provides a wide range of resources to help you build your course content, and enhances your teaching with online resources, and improve the learning experience of your students.

Talk to your Liaison Librarian about customised training and professional development for yourself and your course team.

The LRC also provides a research service to staff who are currently undertaking research/study and are in need of assistance in locating information. Talk to the LRC Research Services Librarian, Giao Kruschina via e-mail:

Giao.Kruschina@angliss.edu.au , or call 9606 2460.


The LRC is integral to the teaching, learning and research activities of the Institute. Our aim is to achieve excellence in the provision, promotion and servicing of information services to meet the needs of students and staff.  

The LRC aims to provide quality services to all our staff and students through:

  • Relevant collections, in both physical and digital forms, aligned to our teaching areas
  • Flexible learning spaces that give student choice in how they want to learn

Expanding information literacy and referencing classes to meet the educational needs of our studentsWeb and electronic access to a range of resources and services of LRC staff to meet changing student needs

As such, the LRC will continue as a Learning Commons model but evolve its space, technology and services to provide an integrated learning environment for students and teachers that support teaching, research and learning.

Our focus is on

  • 24/7 access to our online services independent of location
  • Learning support focused services
  • Resources and services strongly supportive of our teaching specialisations                  
  • Access to computers and wireless networks to support study and research
  • Individual, group and quiet study facilities
  • Easy access to electronic information
  • Relevant physical and electronic resources


Our aim

is to provide a facility, resources and services that provide seamless access to information.


Our direction

The LRC will continue to evolve to meet the teaching and learning priorities of the Institute. As such, improved technology, wireless, printing, zoned study spaces and electronic access are all recognized as important to strategic initiatives. The LRC will continue to build on its collection strengths, especially in eBooks and eJournals. Additional services such as Endnote and more extensive databases are indicative of the transition in the LRC to the stronger academic support of Higher Education within the Institute.
A blended model of information resources and services that equally support both our Vocational and Higher Education clients.


       LRC students Handbook


      LRC Collection Development Policy


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COVID - 19 

Unfortunately the LRC is operating on reduced staffed hours from the 30th March.

For online assistance,
Please leave a message on our chat service, phone us or email the LRC at: lrc@angliss.edu.au

A guide is available: LRC information for off-campus access and online study

Media Pod reopens 26.05.2020. Maximum 1 person each side.
Study Rooms 1&4 also reopen 26.05.2020. Maximum of 2 people per room.


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