The library houses resources that are useful for you in completing courses at the university. Find course readings and past exam papers following steps from the tabs below. You may also learn more about your library privileges as a student at PolyU.
To look for further information in meeting your research needs, browse the pages on the left and learn how to search for different types of library resources.
The resource list provides easy and free access to reading materials prescribed by instructors. Students may access inside the Learn@PolyU course page, or the library homepage. Refer to the video below for the steps to access and read this FAQ part for further information.
PolyU Exam Paper Database provides past examination papers (1995/1996+) submitted by departments. Please note that the Library does not collect answers from departments. You may consult with your course instructor for the suggested answers if necessary.
You can access this database with the steps below:
To search for past papers of courses, follow the steps below:
PolyU undergraduate and postgraduate students enjoy great privileges in using our spaces, facilitates, and extensive collection. You can access most of our e-resources off-campus as well as access resources in other UGC funding libraries.
See your privileges from the links below:
Library Card & Login
The Library locates at core L in the main campus. You can access the Library with your student card.
You can also access most of our e-resources off-campus with your NetID & NetPassword:
You can make online renewal and check information like loan items, the status of requested items, outstanding fine & fees from myRecord.
You can book our Computers, Online Meeting Rooms, Group Rooms/Group Viewing Room, One Button Studio, VR Experience Zone, Laser Cutting, 3D Printing and 3D Scanning via our iBooking system from the Library Homepage.
JULAC Library Card
You can also apply for a Joint University Librarians Advisory Committee (JULAC) Library Card, which allows you to access other UGC-funded libraries. This can be helpful for resources cannot be requested via HKALL and Interlibrary Loan.
To apply for a JULAC Library Card, please submit your application online and upload your recent passport photo in JPEG format. For more information, please visit this page or contact our Loan & Return Counter at 2766-6864.
Library Learning Resources
The library conducts both face-to-face workshops and online courses to help build up essential skills to support study and research. DataCamp is also subscribed for our fellow PolyU staff and students to enhance our data handling skills.
Why Library Resources?
What's the point to use library resources if we can google everything in the world? Let's explore it from this video, created by the NEIU Libraries.