St George Library put together a display for Safety Week to highlight workplace safety, especially in the areas of manual handling, slips-trips-falls and mental health.
Now our Aboriginal or Indigenous themed resources are easy to find on the shelf with the addition of the Aboriginal flag to their spines.
New resources with a rainbow on the spine support our knowledge and understanding of the LGBTI community. The rainbow allows the resources to be seen more easily on the shelves.
The library is running some basic computer courses for adult learners next week. As places are limited to 15, please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment by calling 9598 6311.
On Monday 31st July, St George Library celebrated the success of ALIA’s copyright law reform campaign. In 2015, “FAIR followers right across Australia took up the challenge of cooking for copyright, helping to raise awareness of our muddled copyright law and supporting our lobbying for immediate reform.” On the 15 June 2017, “The Copyright Amendment […]
To help celebrate Library and Information Week, a Pop-Up Library was set up in the foyer of the Montgomery Street building during lunchtime on Tuesday 23rd and Thursday 25th May. Subject areas included Nursing, Graphic Design, and Fine Arts. Some students and staff borrowed books and DVDs and a number of students expressed their appreciation […]
As we approach the end of term 1, the library would like to wish you all a safe and happy holiday. Over the semester break, the student-use computers in the library will be slowly changing over to Windows 10. Therefore, you may notice a few changes when you return and use these computers next time. […]
February 14 is Library Lovers’ Day Coordinated by Australian Library & Information Association (ALIA), the aim of LLD is to raise awareness of the services which libraries offer. Libraries provide access to carefully selected information and resources and staff are trained to help people find the information they want. Visit the library on 14 February […]
Students have enjoyed escaping the HEAT by coming to the air-conditioned library to do our Community jigsaw puzzle. The first one for the year has already been completed and a new puzzle is ready to begin.
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has revealed the results of a 2 month search for mood-boosting books for World Mental Health Day. Searching through the list of 252 titles, we found that our library has quite a number of them in our collection. Just a few of them are now on display in […]