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Are you a Library lover?

Are you a Library lover?
Did you know it’s Library Lovers’ Day as well on Valentine’s Day? The 14th of February has been declared by the Australian Library and Information Association as a day of spreading library love.

Here at Monash, the Library is well loved by students and staff. How do we know? Let us count the . . . → Read More: Are you a Library lover?

Coming soon: A new blog with a punch

Image: Michael Holler (CC BY-NC 2.0)

The Library has been publishing this WordPress blog for years so why do we need a new one?

Good question. No, it’s not because we have nothing better to do. In fact, at this time before Semester One commences, Library staff are madly working on content for classes and tutorials, among . . . → Read More: Coming soon: A new blog with a punch

Outstanding new collection acquired by Library is a U.S. ‘national treasure’

The United States Capitol, the home of Congress, in the 1840s.

The Library is delighted to announce the acquisition of two prestigious primary sources from Readex which combined provide comprehensive, digitised access to documents on people, issues and events in American history, politics, law and culture since 1817.

Often described as a “national treasure” the United States . . . → Read More: Outstanding new collection acquired by Library is a U.S. ‘national treasure’

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

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