UNSW Library has developed an integrated service model for curriculum support.
The model is in response to the UNSW 2025 strategy for learning and teaching including DVC A priorities and the UNSW Integrated Curriculum Framework.
UNSW Library’s integrated approach to curriculum support further develops library systems, software, services and resources to support quality assured online and blended learning that has the student actively engaged in their learning and skills development.
The Library service model for curriculum support is aligned with UNSW Library’s guiding principles – normalised, scalable, sustainable, digital, personalised and individualised where appropriate.
The principles and frameworks that guide UNSW Library’s service model are:
UNSW aspires to develop globally focussed graduates who are rigorous scholars, capable of leadership and professional practice in an international community.
The university has thus articulated the following Graduate Capabilities as desired learning outcomes for all UNSW students.
UNSW programs aspire to graduate:
UNSW Library facilitates knowledge discovery, creation and transformation by UNSW students to support their development as rigorous scholars, capable of leadership and professional practice in an international community.
This is advanced through partnering with teaching academics, students and UNSW stakeholders to embed the service model and deliver leading practice in UNSW Library teaching and learning services and systems.