La Trobe Pride wiki editathon - Wiki Principles Training. TODAY from 1-2pm. Want to improve the visibility of underrepresented people? Learn about the power of Wikipedia to enhance representation, there's still time to join. Sign up now to https://t.co/kGpjYyYCfK.
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La Trobe Pride wiki editathon - Wiki Principles Training. Tomorrow, 1-2pm. Help us fill Wikipedias content gaps! Were organising get-togethers to de-marginalise women, people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ folks by writing Wiki biographies. Sign up now https://t.co/kGpjYyYCfK
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The La Trobe eBureau has published its latest title Australian pulps 1939–1959: You go high, we go low by Stuart Kells. This publication is available right now and free to download from the eBureau website.
We hope you are loving your new integrated library space on campus.
There will be a change to Library opening hours this Sunday 25 April for Anzac Day, and Monday 26 April for the University holiday (Anzac Day in lieu).