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Changes to library services extended

Our building opening hours will remain changed due to the latest announcement from the Premier extending COVID restrictions across Victoria.

Changes to library services from 16 July

From 11:59pm Thursday 15 July, COVID restrictions across Victoria changed. Full details are available on the DHHS Coronavirus website.

Peer Learning Advisors returning to campus in Semester 2

The Learning Hub's friendly and supportive team of Peer Learning Advisors (PLAs) are delighted to announce their return to face-to-face services.

Hear from the Business experts at Henry Stewart Talks

La Trobe University staff and students have free access to over 1000 business and management lectures, case studies and journal articles on Henry Stewart Talks.

Library opening hours over the break

Library opening hours will be changing at Bundoora, Bendigo, and Albury-Wodonga. From Saturday 26 June, hours will change to 8am - 8pm, 7 days a week. We'll return to extended hours from the start of Semester 2.

Face to face services resume at Bundoora / Library services on Queen's Birthday

With eased restrictions in Melbourne from Friday 11 June, we are pleased to announce that face-to-face services will resume at our Bundoora campus library from next Tuesday 15 June.

Face-to-face services resume at our regional libraries

With eased restrictions in regional Victoria from Friday 4 June, we are pleased to announce that face-to-face services have now resumed at our regional campus libraries, and the Mildura library is now open.

Recognising Indigenous Knowledge at our campus libraries

The integrated Library at the Shepparton campus recently welcomed a new addition, two stunning artworks from Clive ‘Bidja’ Atkinson, artist, and descendant of the Yorta Yorta Nation.

My Publications is getting an upgrade

The Library is excited to announce that the My Publications system is getting an upgrade next week. This will occur from Wednesday 2 June and will be available from 9am Thursday 3 June.

Changes to library services from 28 May

Students unable to study from home during state-wide COVID restrictions will be able to access library study spaces across all campuses (except Mildura)

New library opens to Bendigo community

Cultural heart of Bendigo campus opens to the community

How to master the art of sharing your scientific research

Now available for the first time online, the ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication will give you the advice needed to effectively communicate your scientific research across a range of audiences and mediums.

What's happening at the Library in May?

Keep up to date with what's happening at the Library in May. Register now to reserve your place.

New eBook available on La Trobe eBureau

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.

Library @ Shepparton now open

We hope you are loving your new integrated library space on campus.

Library opening hours for Anzac Day and Uni holiday

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).

Love history? The Library has got you covered

The Library has access to history resources that can help you with a broad range of historical research across all subject areas

Library closed Good Friday and hours for Easter break

All La Trobe libraries will be closed on Good Friday (2 April), including virtual services.

A new integrated library space is coming to Shepparton

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.

Black Women Writers – in recognition of International Women's Day

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.

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