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Find out about workshops and events at the University Library.

The Library offers a range of engaging workshops and events for students, researchers and other members of the UWA community.

 

View our full calendar of events, including research support workshops, EndNote classes, 3D Print Labs and more.

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Illuminated manuscript gifts from the Friends of the Library on display
Wed, 13 Mar 2019

Three single illuminated leaves on vellum from a Book of Hours, Missal and Breviary are on display from March – April in the Special Collections foyer, 2nd floor, Reid Library.

Included in the display is a copy of The City of God, a book of Christian philosophy written in Latin by Augustine of Hippo published in 1486, and a facsimile copy of the Chronicles of Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem manuscript, that depicts the history of the crusades.

These objects have been donated by the Friends of the Library who have been supporting the Library for over 50 years.

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Friends of the Library talk Tuesday 12th March 2019: ‘Brom’ and ‘Tom’: Philatelists “Coincidences and Connections in our Collections”
Tue, 19 Feb 2019

Brian and Joan Pope present ‘Brom’ and ‘Tom’: Philatelists “Coincidences and Connections in our Collections”

Tuesday 12th March 2019, 7:30pm

Reid Library Ground Floor, Hemsley Suite

Brian Pope was President of the Musicians Union and Principal Bassoon in the WA Symphony Orchestra when he developed a noise-induced hearing loss and had to retire in 1978.

At Murdoch University, 1979 -1990, his M. Phil thesis was titled Postal Services in Western Australia: 1826-1901: The Growth of an Organisation.

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What's new in the University Library
Mon, 11 Feb 2019

Enhanced library services and spaces will ensure that your library experience in 2019 is better than ever!

Here's what's new for Semester 1, 2019:

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