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Retro sounds a hit at Matheson

Arts Faculty Music students have been making good use of the Matheson Library’s collection of records.

Teams of Creative Music Technology  students were given a mission to create their own original compositions, using nothing but vinyl samples.

Coordinator Ben Grayson says this was pretty much the coolest assignment ever!  “Students spent their time fossicking around in the world . . . → Read More: Retro sounds a hit at Matheson

Orientation 2015

It is wonderful to see students who have recently accepted an offer to enrol in a course for 2015 visiting their campus.

Links from the Orientation page to Academic orientation and the Orientation ePlanner will introduce you to Library services, resources and programs.  Orientation is held between  23-27 February.

 You are welcome to visit the libraries on campus at any time; please feel . . . → Read More: Orientation 2015

Embase users: change of platform details

Please note the below important change of platform details for Embase

An upgrade to Embase (one of the premier databases for biomedical information) via the OVID platform is available from the library databases page.

Warning:  Access to Embase via the Elsevier platform will expire very soon, so any important searches or alerts should be saved as text files or . . . → Read More: Embase users: change of platform details

Asian studies materials in temporary home

Japanese magazines are among the ASRC resources in a new home.

At the Sir Louis Matheson Library, the Asian Studies Research Collection (ASRC) materials have been moved temporarily to the Matheson store area, where most of it is on open access. The Matheson store is on the Lower Ground floor and is reached via the stairs . . . → Read More: Asian studies materials in temporary home

New addresses for libraries at Clayton

Entrance to the Law Library, Clayton Campus

The Clayton campus of Monash University has introduced new street names and building numbers as part of a campus improvement project.

The readressing project is part of the University’s masterplan to create an interconnected university city at Clayton. Incorporation of the new campus plan into systems like Google maps is . . . → Read More: New addresses for libraries at Clayton