Due to COVID-19 stage 3 restrictions being re-imposed by the Victorian State Government the Library is making changes to our reopening.
It has been a long time waiting for our University Libraries to reopen, but we are almost there. Hear from the University Librarian, Fiona Salisbury, welcoming back students and staff to our library in July.
As COVID-19 restrictions have begun to ease across Victoria, we are excited to announce our Library doors will begin to reopen from 6 July.
It’s important to get organised early and download resources well ahead of exams to avoid access issues.
Want to know how to find and use an eBook? Join our virtual class to discover what eBooks have to offer.
ANZAC weekend library hours: Saturday and Sunday 1-5pm, Monday CLOSED. We will return to normal hours Tuesday.
Library services will be unavailable on Good Friday, 10 April. Service hours for Saturday 11 April to Tuesday 14 April are 1 - 5 pm each day
We have automatically renewed all existing loans, including short and interlibrary loans to 26 May 2020
Need help with an assignment while at home? The Library is here for you!
The Library has several great online resources that you can access while studying from home.
Library specialists are now available for drop-in research consultations, or we have an easy to use online research query form available.
The Clever Skills workshop will be running across all campus libraries during March.
Understanding Referencing workshops will be running across all campus libraries in late March and early April.
Library Long Weekend Opening Hours
UPDATE: The Bendigo Campus Library will be open from 8am on Saturday 25 January.
Here are some things I wish I knew as a student, plus a couple of fun library facts thrown in.
La Trobe Libraries at Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo and Melbourne campuses will be closed from 21 December.
There will be minimal disruption while 1164 solar panels are being fitted to the Library roof at the Melbourne campus.
Refurbishment work underway in the Library mean construction hoardings are present on Level 2.
... a list of dos and don'ts to help you become an ethical library user in stress season.
Year in Review
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