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.
Announcing ARTS:LIVE, a creative learning hub for the arts.
New wide-format A1 and A2 printer now available in the Library.
14 October – 21 November
Phillip K. Dick was a staple of the pulp sci-fi genre
Stuart Kells gives his first reading for La Trobe's pulp fiction exhibition
Adjunct Professor Stuart Kells discusses his extensive collection
Embrace your inner radical
3 September – 3 October 2019
Library, Melbourne Campus, Bundoora
If you're using the library's computers, continually save your files to OneDrive
Find out when library staff are on campus
Yuria Okamura's artwork the second installation in Library and LAI's collaboration
Read details about library returns
Learn more about these exciting changes
Understand how to research
The library does Document Delivery - differently
Year in Review
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