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Location and facilities

Where are we?

Curtin buildingAn interactive Bentley campus map is available. The School of Psychology and Speech Pathology is located in Building 401 (enlarge map and click on grid reference F13).

Student Computer Laboratories

LaptopA computer laboratory is available in Building 401, room 151. To gain access please complete the Electronic Building Access form and hand it in to the School's reception at 401.220.

Test Library

Library

Services

The Psychology and Speech Pathology test library contains a range of assessment materials, as well as a collection of books, dissertation, theses and computer scoring facilities. Most of the materials are available for borrowing by registered borrowers whilst other materials may be used on-site. The test librarian is available to assist in sourcing and ordering test materials for Curtin staff and students.

Location

The test library is located on the ground floor of the Psychology and Speech Pathology Building (401) in room 114.

Opening hours and contact details

The Test Library's opening hours vary each semester. For further information please contact the Test Librarian at psychtestlib@curtin.edu.au or (08) 9266 3037.

Who can use the test library?

The test library is maintained by the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology for use by Psychology and Human Communication Science students, Curtin staff and registered psychologists in the Perth region.

Students and Psychology Staff

The Psychology and Speech Pathology Test Library resources may be borrowed free of charge by School of Psychology and Speech Pathology staff and all current Curtin Psychology and Human Communication Science students upon completion of a registration form. All consumable items (e.g. test protocols and response forms) required for completion of coursework requirements in the 4th year and Masters programs are provided to students free of charge. Consumable resources required by staff and student researchers must be ordered and paid for by a staff cost centre or student grant. Curtin students are given priority access to test materials during times of peak demand. Any Western Australian post-graduate student may borrow assessment materials on provision of a letter from their supervisor indicating that a registered psychologist will supervise them in the use of the test.

Registered Psychologists

Registered psychologists may apply to be external borrowers of the library for an annual fee. Psychologists must provide evidence of their current registration with the Psychologists Board of Western Australia.