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Launches @ the Library - O'Leary of the Underworld

Join us for the book launch of O’Leary of the Underworld: The Untold Story of the Forrest River Massacre by Professor Kate Auty.

26 Jan Public holiday opening hours

There will be some changes to our opening hours and services on the upcoming public holiday on Thursday 26 January 2023.

New ideas win NHMRC funding

La Trobe wins NHMRC Ideas Grants

Library summer opening hours

The Library will be taking a short break over the holiday period.

Institute submission to inform Australia's New International Development Policy

Supporting locally led inclusive development and reconciling with First Nation's people will be of incalculable value to Australia and the region

Creating remote monitoring solutions to improve healthcare

Creating remote monitoring solutions to imrpove healthcare

SilVR’s virtual reality technology is reimaging the care of older adults

SilVR’s virtual reality technology is reimaging the care of older adults.

Australia’s care economy and why it matters to you

Australia's Care Economy and why it matters to you

Library launches first ever Greek Archives digital exhibition

The Hellenic Folk Dress exhibition celebrates the importance of folk tradition in Greek culture.

A Care Economy In Crisis

A Care Economy in Crisis

Industry partners and researchers co-designing solutions in the Care Economy CRC

La Trobe University is a lead research partner on the Care Economy Cooperative (CRC) Research Centre proposal.

Leading the way to transform the Australian Care Economy

La Trobe University made a bold move by establishing the Care Economy Research Institute (CERI) in 2023.

Research into Supporting Women's Leadership during COVID-19

Elisabeth Jackson and Aidan Craney co-author a new paper: Supporting Women's Leadership during COVID-19: Women Leading and Influencing

The La Trobe Clinical Trials Platform: Opportunities for collaboration and partnership to support high quality research

The La Trobe Clinical Trials Platform: Opportunities for collaboration and partnership to support high quality research

Greek Archives open day draws over 150 people

Guests enjoyed live Greek music, desserts and dance performances showcasing traditional Greek costumes from our Archives.

La Trobe researchers win funding to aid future discoveries

La Trobe researchers win funding to aid future discoveries

La Trobe wins CSIRO Next Generation Funding

La Trobe wins CSIRO funding to develop the next generation of digital experts

Summer Study Skills workshops

Get help with referencing, assessment writing, research and more.

New approach to climate change on Tambaliza island

The story of a community which came together through ‘Bayanihan’ to accomplish a specific task and support each other to rebuild after Typhoon Haiyan, and adapt to climate change.

Does performance monitoring lead to better performance?

Chris Roche and Allan Illingworth address the question: Does performance monitoring lead to better performance?

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