SCIS Cataloguing Services

SCIS cataloguers add around 3,500 catalogue records to the database each month, keeping it relevant and current. The resources catalogued come from a range of sources including publishers and booksellers, but the majority are contributed by Australian and New Zealand school libraries.

SCIS has agencies supported by the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities and cataloguers in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Dunedin and Nelson. Resources not found on the database can be sent to the SCIS agency in your state or area as listed below.

Some material may be deemed unsuitable for the SCIS database according to our cataloguing guidelines. Your local cataloguing agency can provide more detail.

Victoria, Tasmania, NT, ACT, International

Schools can deliver, post or courier resources for cataloguing to SCIS at Education Services Australia. Regional and remote schools have the option to complete our cataloguing request form.

ICON - DOCRegister to send resources to Education Services Australia for cataloguing [66Kb]

New South Wales

Please contact the SCIS Cataloguing Team at the New South Wales Department of Education.

Queensland

The cataloguing service for Queensland schools is undertaken by Frances Todd, who works for Education Services Australia as an independent cataloguing contractor. To arrange to send in resources for cataloguing, you can contact Frances by email (frances.todd@esa.edu.au), or by phoning 0422 098 664.

Regional and remote schools have the option to complete our cataloguing request form.

South Australia

South Australian schools can deliver resources for cataloguing to ALS Library Services. Note that this service is strictly for delivery of physical resources by post or courier.

Western Australia

WA government and independent schools

Send resources clearly labelled with school name and ATTN: SCIS Cataloguer to one of the following depots:

  • Campion Education, Door 4, 7 Oxleigh Drive, Malaga WA 6090
  • Campion Education, 28-30 Kembla Way, Willetton WA 6155

You should notify catinfo@esa.edu.au that you have sent or delivered items, and include a pre-paid courier or padded postal bag if you are not collecting the resources in person from Campion. Cataloguers will notify you by email when your resources are ready.

WA Catholic schools

Send your resources at no cost through the CEOWA courier system which will pick up from your school's Reception each Friday morning. The first time Catholic schools send items to be catalogued, they should be parcelled and labelled:

SCIS Cataloguing
Catholic Library of Western Australia
Newman Siena Centre
33 Williamstown Road
Doubleview WA 6018

Contact the Catholic Library at catholic.library@ceo.wa.ed.au or by phone on 08 6380 5372 to arrange suitable delivery for their resources.

When the catalogued items are returned you will receive Catholic Library mail bag with reversible purple label to use for SCIS Cataloguing.

NB Only 3 kg of mail can be sent weekly from the school. Oversize items will need to be separately parcelled and labelled.


All regional and remote schools in Western Australia have the option to complete our cataloguing request form.

New Zealand schools

North Island schools

Send to SCIS Cataloguer, Wheelers Books, 211 Wairau Road, Glenfield 0627 AUCKLAND

South Island schools

Contact catinfo@esa.edu.au for direction to your closest cataloguer.

Regional and remote schools have the option to complete our cataloguing request form.

 

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