Categorised news - In site
Helping health providers respond to violence in Timor-Leste.
Designed to help students grasp the key threshold concepts in biochemistry.
Preserving and sharing Bendigo’s history with the world.
Join us in the Library to read, sing, dance and create with National Simultaneous Storytime!
Build your network and connect with your peers at drop-in sessions in Bundoora, Bendigo and online.
Boost your final assessment and exam outcomes with our short workshop series.
Join comedian Nelly Thomas in conversation with author Ros Ben-Moshe for the launch of the new book, The Laughter Effect
A competition for graduate researchers to present their research in a 60-second digital display.
A rundown of our opening hours during mid-semester break.
We’re here every weekday. You can visit us face-to-face in the Library or catch us online.
Our Bundoora and Bendigo libraries have dedicated study spaces for online classes.
Useful tips & study strategies for assessment success.
A series of conversations, panels and events celebrating writers at La Trobe.
Summary of key results from our 2022 Student Survey.
Get advice on how to use copyright protected material in your thesis, research project or published paper.
Take a virtual tour at any of our libraries and if you’d like to see more, we can help with that too.
Whether you’re starting university for the first time or returning after a break, our online workshops will give you the skills and strategies to supercharge your studies this semester.
The La Trobe eBureau will soon launch its latest publication Foundations of Biomedical Science: Quantitative Literacy Theory and Problems by Dr Julian Pakay.
Our monthly copyright sessions are back for 2023!
Join us for the book launch of O’Leary of the Underworld: The Untold Story of the Forrest River Massacre by Professor Kate Auty.