The new Academic Integrity online tutorial is now available to assist you in developing the knowledge and skills required for good academic practice.
This set of interactive modules was jointly developed by the Office of the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) and Monash University Library as part of the implementation of the Student Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures.
You will appreciate how the . . . → Read More: New Academic Integrity online tutorial
Monash teaching staff and students are able to access more than ten thousand new streamed videos during 2014, under a trial with the publisher Alexander Street Press. At the end of the year, items that are heavily used will be purchased by the Library for permanent future access.
These video collections have been chosen in part because they will allow . . . → Read More: Ten thousand new video teaching resources available
Welcome to all new students. Engage with the Library to make the most of your learning and research experience at Monash.
Visit the Students’ page for a quick guide to your Library resources.
The Library website is your access point for information resources and using the Search function will open up a world . . . → Read More: Welcome, new students 2014
Improve your academic listening and speaking skills with these Essential Academic Skills in English (EASE) interactive programs.
Using your headset, you can watch video clips and do interactive exercises at your own pace. The program provides feedback, tips and suggestions.
To access these programs you will first need to log in with your Authcate password.
Program 1: Listening to Lectures
Find out . . . → Read More: Improve your listening and speaking with Essential Academic Skills in English (EASE)
Ba jun ma quan tu 八駿馬全圖 (Complete pictures of eight noble steeds) c1901 – Special Collections, Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne – currently on display at Monash
Several Chinese rare books from the University of Melbourne Cultural Collections are currently on display at the Sir Louis Matheson Library’s Asian Studies Research Collection at Clayton Campus.
This is . . . → Read More: Joint Asian Arts exhibition
Shirley Temple (1928-2014), who died aged 85 in San Francisco this week, was an enormously popular child star in the late 1930s.
Monash University Library Rare Books Collection holds a number of colourful books and brochures issued by her film studio, 20th Century Fox, to promote her movies.
This one is for “The Poor Little Rich Girl,” a musical comedy of . . . → Read More: Shirley Temple, child star, remembered
On Tuesday 7 January 2014 there will be some disruption to access to electronic, books, journals and databases. There will be two periods of about half an hour in the morning, when EZproxy will not be . . . → Read More: Service interruption – January 7, 2014
Multiple versions of a spam email are being sent to Monash staff and students, advising that they need to renew their library accounts because of the implementation of a new Library system.
Please ignore these emails. Do not respond by using the links provided in them.
If you are concerned about the information in these emails, please contact . . . → Read More: Important – spam email
Loans from Gippsland Library will cease from 25 November 2013 as part of its transition to Federation University in 2014.
If you are from Gippsland campus and require a material for your research, please speak to staff at the . . . → Read More: Loans from Gippsland Library to cease
Caulfield Campus including the Library needs to close this coming Sunday 24 November for electrical works.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused, but believe that as exams end on Friday, this closure will affect a minimum number of Library users.
On Sunday the Law Library at Clayton will be open from 1-5pm.
Check the opening hours calendar for . . . → Read More: Caulfield Library to be closed on Sunday