We started in a single room in the Vice Chancellor’s house in 1960. We’ve since grown to become one of Australia’s leading academic libraries. Learn more about us.
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Boost your research and study skills. Check out our range of programs and online resources, you can also meet with a librarian or learning skills adviser.
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Unearth a treasure-trove of hard-to-find books, prints and one-offs – as well as research reports and data.
Get hold of the latest titles hot off our press. And keep up with our book launches.
22 July 2019 - 31 August 2019
Time management can be tricky. Check out our tips and tricks to make the best use of your time libraryblog.monash.edu/?p=73819
Did you know that 84% of the editors on Wikipedia are men? And that only 18% of the articles are about women? Let's change these biases!
As a part of Science Week our Hargrave-Andrew Library is hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon. Come along this Wednesday at 10am and help improve Wikipedia.
For more information and to register visit bit.ly/libwiki19
Are you a business student? Of the many databases students have access to, we often recommend MarketLine Advantage as a great starting point for researching companies, markets and industries, especially if that research is international in scope. Find out more: https://libraryblog.monash.edu/?p=73665
It's Open Day this weekend! At Monash you'll get one of Australia's leading academic libraries. 74% of students who use the Library achieve at least a distinction average. Come along and check out what the Library can do for you in your studies.
Peninsula Campus: 3 August
Clayton Campus: 4 August
Caulfield Campus: 5 August
Parkville Campus: 18 August
Wondering how to easily access journal articles? Monash staff and students: don’t pay to get full-text access, chances are we’ve already got them. Read our blog for tools and tips! https://libraryblog.monash.edu/?p=73625
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