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Our six unique campus libraries ensure you can access conveniently located services and comfortable spaces for study and collaboration whenever you are spending time on campus.


Friends of the Library talk Tuesday 8th October 2019 with David Cohen on the history of western suburbs newspapers
Mon, 23 Sep 2019

One of our local newspapers, The Post, was established in 1977 by Bret Christian who remains the Managing Editor. It is distributed weekly to 80,000 eager readers. The Post is just one of the many papers that have graced the Golden Triangle. Come hear more about the history of western suburbs newspapers from Post crime and council reporter David Cohen.

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New library services in Semester 2, 2019
Tue, 27 Aug 2019

The University Library is now offering two new time-saving and convenient services for students. Live Chat and On-Shelf Requesting makes accessing information sources and support simple from any location, and saves valuable time.

Live Chat: Library staff are available via live chat 1pm-8pm Monday to Friday, and can help if you get stuck while researching or referencing for assignments. Just head to OneSearch to find the blue chat button.

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Friends of the Library talk Tuesday 10th September 2019 with Paul Gibbard on: Translating a classic French novel - the problems posed by Emile Zola’s ‘The Dream’
Mon, 26 Aug 2019

In his celebrated Rougon-Macquart series of twenty novels, Émile Zola sought to present a ‘natural and social history of a family’ during the years of the Second Empire in France, 1852-1870. This was a family filled with ‘ravenous appetites’ who diffused in to all strata of French society, from the world of labour, in works like L’Assommoir and Germinal, to the upper echelons of French society in novels such as Money and The Kill.

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