Peninsula Library provides scholarly resources, study facilities, and research skills development programs to strengthen the learning, teaching and research activities of staff and students at the University's Peninsula campus.The library has collections strengths in:
- community emergency health and paramedic practice
- early childhood and primary education
- occupational therapy
The library has physical items other than books, with teaching materials and equipment for use by students undertaking Education rounds, anatomy models for students of medical subjects, and a range of occupational therapy assessment tools.
A donated collection of interest is the Vera Bradford Music Collection. Local music groups can access it by approaching the information point.
- Disabled parking spots are located outside the library
- Main entry accessible to wheelchairs via the pathway entrance to Building L
- Access to Level 2 via lift
- Find out about Services for users with a disability
Programs and drop-in sessions
Librarians and learning skills advisers are available for advice at the Research and learning point at Peninsula Library from week 2 through to week 12. No bookings are required
For scheduled times visit the Programs and drop-ins page.
Library staff may teach research and learning skills in conjunction with academic staff as part of the undergraduate programs for some courses. Check for programs held outside normal unit class times at the Peninsula Library and register online using the Library class booking system via my.monash, selecting Peninsula in the Campus dropdown list.