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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).
The Library has access to history resources that can help you with a broad range of historical research across all subject areas
All La Trobe libraries will be closed on Good Friday (2 April), including virtual services.
It's an exciting time for us, students, and staff at Shepparton with the news of a new integrated library space coming on campus during April.
International Women's Day marks a time to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. In recognition of the day, we are highlighting the resource Black Women Writers.
We are extending opening hours at our Bundoora, Bendigo, and Albury-Wodonga libraries.
Finding the right information online. Knowing how to navigate academic sources. Mastering referencing. Having these essential skills will make tackling your assignments that much easier.
Here at the Library we are open and ready to help you settle in or get back into university life online or on campus.
If you've been wondering lately where to find a reliable source of news, the Library has the answer – NewsBank.
The Library is here to help you get a head start this Semester. Find out why 97% of La Trobe students say the library contributes to their study success.
All university campus libraries will be closed from 13-17 February
Studying or researching agricultural and environmental sciences? Global Plants is the world's largest database of digitised plant type specimens. Go exploring!
This Australia Day we acknowledge to the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which our campus libraries are located and The Library will be closed, however our virtual services will be available to students and staff.
From 4 January the Library will commence new COVID normal operations with the return of some pre-COVID-19 services and a few changes so you can stay safe and well while visiting your campus library.
Staff at La Trobe are getting an early break with a University wide Wellness Day on Wednesday 23 December.
We have made improvements to Library Search so you can get better search results.
The library is the beneficiary of a generous bequest made by the Davies family in 2006. The Eunice Margaret and Roy Michael Davies bequests are spent annually to purchase resources.