Printer-friendly version Given the exceptional circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, NCVER has implemented a work from home policy. One of the implications of this is that there is no access to the physical NCVER library, therefore we are only able to provide a limited document delivery service during this time. We apologise for any inconvenience. The following conditions of use apply: NCVER will respond to your request within five working days an individual may request a maximum of 10 items per week, where a week constitutes the seven days from Sunday to Saturday requests exceeding the maximum limit per week will be charged at $5 per item in keeping with NCVER's Services and charges: data and library information clients will be contacted prior to requests being actioned if their request will incur charges for loans of physical items (i.e. items that cannot be supplied in digital format), users will be advised to contact their local library to request an interlibrary loan from NCVER; exceptions may be negotiated if necessary no loans of physical items will be provided to non-Australian locations - users outside Australia are advised to check WorldCat for holdings in their local libraries. Personal Information Collecting personal information - Privacy notice First Name * Family Name * Organisation * Street or PO Box * Suburb/Town/City * State * Postcode * Country * Phone * Email * Please re-enter your email * Details of item being requested Document number Title Author(s) Source Special instructions When submitting a request for a copy, the following conditions must be satisfied under Section 49 of the Australian Copyright Act (1968): The copy must be used for the purpose of research or study and must not be used for any other purpose. You must not have previously been supplied with a copy of the same article/other work - or the same part of the article or other work, by an authorised officer of the library. The Australian Copyright Act allows the copying of a reasonable portion from a book or a periodical. In practical terms, this means that it is prohibited to copy more than one article from the same issue of a periodical, unless the articles are for the same research or course of study. Similarly, it is not permitted to copy more than one article, or 10 per cent (whichever is greater) from a book. Declaration * I declare that I require a copy for the purpose of research and study and I will not use it for any other purpose, and I have not previously been supplied with a copy of the same material by NCVER. Additional InformationOccasionally NCVER may wish to contact you to send you additional information about VOCEDplus or to invite you to participate in a user survey. Please tick the box below if you would like to be contacted by NCVER. Contact Permission Yes, I give permission to NCVER to contact me. CAPTCHAThis is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.