Thank you to all students who completed the Library Survey and had a say on how the library meets your needs and what we could do better. Your contributions will help shape the future of your Library.
Figshare has undergone a transformation... Welcome to the new Opal!
Bundoora, Bendigo and Albury-Wodonga Library buildings open on Grand Final Eve public holiday. Shepparton and Mildura closed.
From today, 20 October, Level 1 in Bundoora will be open for student study
This Monday 19 October is a University Wellness Day. All Library buildings will be closed, except Mildura. Chat, email, phone available from 1pm.
The Sandhurst Collection displayed in the new Heyward Library
The Library is hosting events this Open Access Week (October 19-25).
Meet Ella! She is a Senior Collections Officer for the La Trobe Library. She explains what the resources team do and how they help students and staff at La Trobe.
La Trobe's institutional repository is undergoing a transformation and will soon be launched as OPAL (Open @ La Trobe)
The Heyward Library in Bendigo is open for students. We are excited to be sharing the refurbished space with our students and staff as they return to campus.
Students and staff are required to sign-in to each building they enter on campus.
The Library Survey is Closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.
We are in the home stretch of the Library Survey with only days to go. Don’t miss your chance to have your say before it closes on 6 September and be in the running for some awesome prizes.
This Monday 31 August is University Wellness Day. This means all library buildings will be closed except Mildura. Staff will be available via chat, phone and email from 1 - 5pm.
The Library Survey is now open, and you have the chance to win one of many great prizes.
The operating hours at Bendigo and Albury-Wodonga will be changing to 10.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday, for La Trobe students and staff.
Level 3 of the Bendigo Library will be available for use on Monday 17 August
Changes to the APA referencing style are here, say goodbye to APA 6 and hello to APA 7. There is no need to panic if you have just gotten comfortable using APA 6, the changes are only minimal.
The Library Survey is back, and you have the chance to win one of many great prizes. From Monday 17 August – Sunday 6 September the Library Client Survey (Student by Coursework) will be open.
A Click and Send service is now available for La Trobe students and staff in Stage 4 restricted areas
Year in Review
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